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Long crank warm after fuel bowl rebuild

Hey guys so today I finally got around to rebuilding my fuel bowl since the drain valve o rings were leaking. I decided to do the whole bowl since I had it out anyway. Well I got it back together and after letting the system prime it started up fine cold. I took it for a drive and got it up to temp and then stopped somewhere. When I came back out about 5 minutes later it took an extra 3-4 seconds easily to start. After I got home I shut it off and tried and again and same outcome.
Any ideas what I may have put back together wrong or bumped while I was taking it out and putting it back in? I would say it’s definitely a fuel issue since before the rebuild it would start up within half a second or less when warm now it takes closer to 4 or 5. It idles and runs perfect once it’s started. This issue will really bug me though since it didn’t do it before.
Any help would be greatly appreciated. I’ve looked over all connections around the bowl really carefully and can’t see anything out of the ordinary. Oh also no leaks anymore. Thanks guys. Btw the truck is a 2002 f.250 cc lb 203,000 miles.
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