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Old 02-20-2010, 06:03 PM   #31
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and if you are not already, run a ruberband around the carb and on the throttle post, that way it will pull the carb closed and not rely on the linkage to do all the work.

NO OFFENCE INTENDED to you but, a rubber-band IS good for preventing runaways, but should never be a means of insuring trottle closier! If it is used for this purpose, you will have a "dead-space" in your throttle.

If it's not closing all the way, you either have your end-points set wrong, or your spring isn't tensioned enough-(the ink-pen like spring on the linkage itself)

Your low-end needle is DEFINITELY TOO RICH, NOT LEAN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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