|05-31-2003, 03:36 PM||#2|
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I am: Andrew Coholic
Join Date: Sep 2002
Location: Timmins, Northern Ontario
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the brass disk (thin right against the carb body) is the idle. There is a notch in it, and that should be centred to start. You move it clockwise to lean, cc to ritchen in VERY SMALL AMOUNTS like 1/32 inch. Maximum travel is only about 1/8 of a revolution.
The main needle is just like any other high speed needle. in to lean, out to ritchen.
The disk type low speed adjustment is a different animal. Its like the Moki carbs, supported on two O rings. If the carb is old the O rings may get smaller/shrink and the idle wobnt stay put. Its easy to change them.
You may want to go to the website for more info if needed.
I run a Perry carb on a few of my engines and they work great.
Andrew Coholic -MAAC #26287L
1/2A to giant scale, IMAC, SAM, R/C sport, turbine jets, Heli's...
if its got a wing or two and an engine - I like it!
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