Do you have a push/pull primer?
This is a discussion on Ski-doo 95 Form. Z Need help:Keeps flooding within the The Performance Tuning Shop forums, part of the Snowmobiles category; I have a 95 Formula Z that I'm having a very hard time with. I keep getting the darn thing flooded the day after a ..."); }
I have a 95 Formula Z that I'm having a very hard time with. I keep getting the darn thing flooded the day after a good run.
What I have done: Replaced the needle vavle(s) and added a fuel filter to stop any junk from the tank coming into the fuel system. Also, when I move the sled(trailer) I always close the fuel valve. Someone had also made the suggestion to do this everytime I shut down the sled, but that would seem to not solve real problem. If anyone has knows ANYTHING about this, please drop me a line[V]
this is why i dislike primers over chokes... Each sled has its own finnicky characteristics, some need 1/2 a squirt, others need 3-4 primes before they'll even fire... I always start by giving the sled 1 prime and it should at least fire.. If not after a few more pulls, give it another... Is the sled easy to start when its cold?
Yes, I do have a primer. I usually have to give it 1 to 2 pumps of gas. As far as starting it in the cold, she has cranked up before when it been pretty cold out.
check the fuel pump also have seen these leak fuel in the crankcase thru the impulse line
Would there be some sort of fuel sitting on the bottom(under the engine) if it was the impulse line??
could be, also the overflow line on the carb's will drain down in that area also ,would check the needles and seat's again for sure