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Old 05-18-2004, 08:39 PM Moderator

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barry grant carb ???

I know the one tech guy from bg visits this site so maybe he can answer this question for me.

A customer has a new 750 bg carb. I was up working on the car trying to find a problem and i noticed under the air cleaner stud there is a screw that goes through to the base plate.. Is this an additional idle air adjustment??????

If not what is it used for ??????


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Sure is and it is called the Idle EZ adjustment. It is used for fine tuning the idle.
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