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Old 11-06-2004, 00:38   #1 (permalink)
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My holley has externally adjustable floats and sight glasses.
Do I adjust the level with the sight glasses in or out?
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My holley has externally adjustable floats and sight glasses.
Do I adjust the level with the sight glasses in or out?
Set float level with sight glasses in . The reason they were invented for is so the fuel doesn't run all over the manifold when performing this procedure.
You don't want a fire on the nice new engine .
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Where do I set the level on the sight glass?
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As soon as you can see the fuel through it , ( toward the bottom edge )
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Re: float level

I have heard clear sight glasses arent a good idea because they are prone to cracking / breaking off around where the o-ring sits?
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I have heard clear sight glasses arent a good idea because they are prone to cracking / breaking off around where the o-ring sits?
Very true. Thats why you never take them out :) Plus they also discolour after awhile too.
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