Hi I have a 1994 Yamaha EF 1000 and I went to change my pilot jet and while I was at it I took out my main jet and below that is the emulsion tube. I turned the carb upside down and the emulsion tube came out. I am wondering is it broken? There are no threads on it at the bottom. Is it just the main jet that comes in from the side the only thing that keeps it in the carb? The emulsion tube that came out is 3/4 of an inch long. If it is broken any ideas how to get the broken piece unthreaded? It is down in a brass hole that is a narrow I.D. Thanks for any help I don't want to buy a new carb. The emulsion tube is #14 on the parts diagram and it is not a very good picture of it. P.S. on the parts fiche it is called nozzle main instead of (emulsion tube). In the fiche it shows 3 holes per side on the nozzle, mine has 2 per side.
Re: Help need info on an EF 1000 carb emulsion tube
Thanks Grumps i was able to remove it with the small left hand drill bit turning the bit by hand. It worked great. The generator started right up but had a huge leak at the petcock. Ordered New seals and orings for it out it all back together no more leaks and it runs great. In fact using it right now with a big power outage in Connecticut today.