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Old 08-27-2012, 12:21 PM   #1
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Just wanted to ask when i want to tight High Speed Needle Housing Brass on the carb (just need to change a position of fuel pipe), do i need to center two holes? One on housing brass and second on plastic intake fuel pipe? If yes its a bit hard and doesnt want to be centered on that position where i want to...
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No need to get the holes in line, here is space arround it so fuel will always come through.
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Ok thanks. Wasnt 100 sure :-)
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