Old 07-03-2015, 04:08 PM
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I enlarged the photos and couldn't see any bubbles in the tank line at all but wanted to see what happened when you removed all that hardware John pointed out. That is one funky remote housing too. I'm not familiar enough with the Evo engines but I would be doing a reverse pressure test on that housing to see exactly where it's leaking.
I use one of those squeeze bulbs used for ear cleaning for pressure testing. I put a piece of brass line in the bulb then attach some fuel line to it, put some fuel in the bulb, attach it to the nipple on the remote and give it a squeeze. Wherever fuel or bubbles flow out is where the leak is. Could be the O-ring on the needle valve or those two screws in the housing look suspect to me too??
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