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Kinzo carb float adjustment

It appears that the float valve had dirt in it (no doubt since there is no fuel filter) cleaned out getting ready to try again but what would be the recommended float angle and clearance from actuator to the needle valve? how much fuel should be in the bowl? I am pretty certain that the float valve was stuck open since the fuel would just find every way to leak out of the carb after it runs for a bit. I put a new fuel line on it as well as clamps. I also inspected for cracks and torn gaskets for which i found none.

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