Join Date: May 2014
Location: North Lincolnshire
OK........ looks like we better confirm your brake pumps before moving onto the carbs.
Jonathan is right to question just how you came to the conclusion you have two faulty brake pumps.
I would also question your test of nothing (nada, zilch) at any brake bleed nipple. Your car has two systems and even if pumps, and accumulators were all faulty the very least you should be able to bleed through the low pressure side on the two lower rear calliper bleed screws. This circuit is independent.
If you have nothing here too then you have a lot more than just your brake pumps to think about.
I have two fabricated pipes I use whenever waking up a long term stored car that I fix to top of brake pumps and run back into the reservoir caps before turning over an unused engine (amongst many other pre checks). These will show fluid flow but not necessarily prove the brake system or pumps are perfect.
You need to tell us how you have carried out your analysis and indeed confirm you followed the correct procedure for bleeding system as you need to do it a special precise way on the high pressure side.
I think carbs can wait for now
Update...Sorry Dounraey I was typing same time as you so not contradicting
All the best
Last edited by Steve E; 01-19-2020 at 01:43 AM.