Is this right?

Discussion in 'Mech Tech' started by cabbieman, Aug 20, 2011.

  1. Just fitted an electrical fuel pump to replace the mechanical one that stopped working. Been out for a run to make sure I have no leaks cos I changed all the fuel lines while I was there and have noticed on both manifolds under the twin carbs that they are covered in water droplets. This must be condensation cos they are cold to the touch and the engine is hot. I hadn't noticed this before the change but thats not to say it wasn't like this before. Is this right?
  2. Yup. It's when the pressure of the fuel creates a cooling effect. Perfectly normal.
  3. Phew. thankyou :) :)

Share This Page