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    Savage 25 problem ...

    I played around with my Savage today and for the first half hour it was running fine.. Then it just kept bogging out.. it took a while to start it back up and when i try to accelerate it wud die again.. i looked at the fuel line and there was about an inch of hose with fuel in it going to the engine, then it was a gap up to the fuel filter. does it just need to be adjusted?too rich or starving? thanks for the help

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    RE: Savage 25 problem ...

    maybe your fuel filter has got an air leak?

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    RE: Savage 25 problem ...

    the fuel filter is brand new and tightened properly

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    RE: Savage 25 problem ...

    Ihad the same problem with my buggy, all i did was cut off the ends of the fuel lines about 1/8 of and inch and made sure the fittings where nice and snug, after that I reconnected all the lines and problem was solved for me.

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    RE: Savage 25 problem ...

    Watch where the air starts in the fuel line, there's your problem.
    I'd start with a couple dollars worth of new fuel lines from the pipe and to the carb.


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