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Old 05-07-2010, 03:05 PM   #1
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Howdy everybody,

I took my buggy apart last week and did the usual maint. on it and I am wondering if anyone knows the baseline setting for the low speed needle? Not sure how far off I have it, it is good with pinch test but engine is running a bit crazy at times. I hit the throttle and it revs nicely, but sometimes it keeps revving or stays revved and I have to frantically pinch off the fuel. Just want to get back to baselines and will be good to go I think.

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