Will my Carburetor blow up?

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  1. SpeedingTurtle

    SpeedingTurtle New Member

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    I drained my gas can and removed the fuel line but there was remaining gas in my Carb. I accidently turned it upside down and it came out of the 3-4 little holes on the black cover. If I try to use it after letting it dry..will i have any issues?


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  2. Dave31

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    No you should have no problems. Just a little fuel left in the carb bowl.
     
  3. SpeedingTurtle

    SpeedingTurtle New Member

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    Ty for feedback~!
     
  4. bairdco

    bairdco a guy who makes cool bikes

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    Carbs are designed to have fuel in them. There's no combustion untill the atomized fuel and air mixture reaches the cylinder and the spark plug ignites it.

    Unless you plan on welding it, or lighting it on fire, it won't blow up.
     

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