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  1. CHIP CHIPARRAL

    1993 24 SIGNATURE CHAPARRAL 5.7 MERCRUISER

    HEY EVERYBODY. I HAVE A 1993 5.7 CARBED MERCRUISER IN A 24 CHAPARRAL I AM THINKING ABOUT CONVERTING TO FUEL INJECTION. HAS ANYBODY PERFORMED THIS CONVERSION ON A SIMULAR SIZE BOAT? IN PARTICULAR, I AM INTERSETED IN THE FUEL MILAGE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CARBED AND FUEL INJECTION. ALSO, WOULD LIKE TO KNOW WHO MANUFACTURED YOUR CONVERSION KIT. AS OF NOW WHEN I SHUT DOWN THE MOTOR IT WILL RESTART FINE IN THE FIRST TWO OR THREE MINUTES. AFTER THAT IT WILL CRANK OVER FOR ABOUT 30 - 45 SECONDS BEFORE REFIRING. I HAVE TRIED PUMPING THE THROTTLE, PUSHING IT UP JUST A LITTLE, AND PUSHING THE THROTTLE TO WIDE OPEN, STILL DOES THE SAME THING. THIS HAPPENS AT BOTH COLD START AND WHEN WARMED UP. AFTER SHE FIRES UP SHE RUNS LIKE A DREAM. PLUGS, FILTERS, CAP AND ROTOR ARE ALL NEW. I REPLACE EVERY YEAR BECAUSE IT MAKES ME FEEL BETTER. I AM THINKING THE CARB IS LOOSING FUEL AND HAS TOO CRANK AWHILE TO REFILL THE BOWL??? IS IT EVEN POSSIBLE FOR THE BOWL TO SIPHON BACK TO THE TANK? ANY INPUT WOULD BE APPRECIATED. THANKS TO ALL IN ADVANCE.
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