Got the boat on the hose to do the spring checklist and ran into a few problems...
I overhauled my Holley 4160 carb last fall and had the boat out a few times after. I went through the carb because the engine would die after bringing to idle speed from cruise and then would not want to start after. I noticed while on the driveway yesterday that when I would shut the boat off, fuel was still being dumped into the engine for 10-20 seconds after. I know that shouldn't happen and was wondering if this was part of the reason I was having problems last year when bringing the boat to idle after cruising. Is there a float adjustment you can do? Is this likely the reason I have no problem starting the boat cold, but then dies coming down from cruising?
Also... I am not sure I put the choke assembly back together correctly- it does not close when starting cold and in fact starts easier if I manually engage it.
Any suggestions will help, I am just getting to know how to adjust things, my first 3 years with the boat I haven't had to do anything related to fuel delivery!