Did you change the needle & seat ? Is the new float rubbing on the float chamber body ? What is the pressure output of the pump ? Did the new float come with the small assist spring ?
Adding a filter will not lower the pressure. You can add a regulator though or a different pump. But by that time you would have spent more than an original pump would have cost.Thanks everyone. There is no gas in the float. Also about the fuel pump. It is a DD carb. What i meant was i need to find the other parts to the fuel pump because the only thing that is part of the fuel that is on the carb is the end piece where the fuel line connects too. I will get some pictures of the carb and float later today. I am leaning towards that the pump is too powerful. The pump was on there when i got it so who knows it could be putting out way to much pressure. Also, the float gap is about 1/8"-3/16" and the float only moves up and down like 1/16 of an inch. Is that normal? It moves freely and I can see the needle opening and closing. Could I lower the pressure on the pump by adding another filter or wouldn't that help? The pump is back where the fuel tank is, so there is about 3-4 feet of hosing plus a filter before it gets to the carb. I will tinker with it some more tonight and hope I get it running perfect! Thanks!