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Replaced carb. No vac leaks. Have to choke completely to run

Need to starve carb of air. Ckd and found no leaks around intake. Ckd valves for proper clearanc. Ok. New carb new fuel pump plenty gas. Could it be head gasket

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@dundee what make and model is your cart? Any idea about make/model of the engine/carb? Did you adjust the carb at all?

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@dundee Check the gasket between the carb and the engine block . Make sure theres a proper seal there make sure you've used the proper torque and that the gasket is not damaged . If you over torque this gasket by just tightening it without the proper torque then you probably have an air leak there . Hope this helps

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