pamotorman wrote:Coloradoracer wrote:pamotorman wrote:brasswell was selling those 15 years ago. you had notch the nytrophyl float to clear them if you extended the float out on the arm to get the same leverage as the brass float on the needle seat
That float was modified for a sideways application, not a different needle and seat. The bottom feed n&s that BLP sells are a drop in part.
the epoxy you see in the front center is to seal a notch cut into the float to clear the longer needle seat that uses a Q jet needle. yes it was used in circle track application so the float was angle cut.
The needle and seat isn't in front of the float, so the notch that is cut and sealed cannot be for it. The needle and seat sit near the pivot.