I should say that Moparjack gave me the idea to remove the center carb and see what comes out of it, and sure enough I set it in a metal tray and fuel comes flooding out the bottom from somewhere in the bore area, but I havent been able to zero in exactly where or why. You can see the gasket above is soaked.
This is with only the fuel pump on, no starting or pumping the throttle or anything. ONLY turning on the fuel pump.
Obviously fuel should not be dumping out, especially a LOT. The float bowl fills, but only up to about the bottom of the sight plug hole where I have it set, and I assume the inlet valve is shutting off when it reaches that level, because it doesnt spill out, but how is it not coming out the open sight hole but pouring through the bores?
I know Im close. Maybe I just have the wrong gaskets installed?
How do you know? The kit is what it is
Also, it goes into #8 because the rear of the manifold probably sits nearly an inch lower than the front. Its just flowing downhill, and I noticed it keeps pouring out for at least 5-10 seconds after you shut it off, probably at least a cup, maybe more in just those few seconds