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Old 09-09-2005, 06:22 PM   #1
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well Louis came to rescue again,set up carb,runs great now!Cant wait to get this spacewallker up again.Hope someday to get good at setting up carbs,might play around a bit in winter to see how i make out at it.prob not to well.Its great to have someone like Louis in club to turn to and by all your responses in my forums,nice to know people are so willing to help a newbie out.Thanks all ,especially Louis for ur time and expertise Barry
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Old 09-09-2005, 08:21 PM   #2
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It's all about baby steps. If you decide to muck with it, just make sure you remember what you do to reverse it. If this is cowled, and you need to remove the needle to take off cowl, make sure you carefully turn the needle in and count the turns until it is just to the bottom. remember this, then take it out. Do the reverse when you put it back in. This is how I used to screw things up all the time. Til someone suggested I do this. I do this still today, usually. From there, you are 2 or 3 clicks off the right setting.

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Old 09-09-2005, 09:11 PM   #3
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Hi Alpha Flanker,

As a suggestion, carefully turn the idle adjustment in and count the turns, write the number down, then back out to the starting point. Then turn the high speed needle in, count the turns, write the number down, then back out to the starting point. If you don't want to do it yourself, get Louis to do it.

By doing this, you'll always have a starting point if you ever have to dissassemble the carb to clean dirt out etc.

Glad to hear you got it running.


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