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Old 06-26-2006, 06:18 AM   #1
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Can someone please explain what does "flush" mean - in reference to carb settings...

sorry, i'm confused.. please help!
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Flush would mean the same level in regards to say the carb settings. Most carb's lsn (low speed neddle) or hsn (high speed neddle) are flush with something ie: flush with the housing they are in _-_ not flush or ___ is flush.
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in that case does it mean the factory default setting for lsn and hsn will be at flush?
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it depends, carbs are different from manufacture to manufacture. Like my picco 27, the lsn is 8 turns out and on my os 18tm the lsn is flush with the housing.
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