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Old 04-01-2012, 08:04 AM
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Hey freakin seuss.

Baseline the carb back to STOCK SETTINGS! Step up springs to suit the vacuum at idle and for tip in of the enrichment circuit (it's in the manual).

Set the timing correctly- be sure the total doesn't exceed 36 degrees.

Run it (you'll love it) and check the plugs to see what- if anything- needs to be done w/the carb settings.


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Old 04-01-2012, 02:04 PM
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so do i need to put the .113 jets back in? i was trying to save a little gas but the .107 with the 7147 rod could give me worse mileage not sure. where exactly do i hook up to get a reading for the stepup spring to use? I misplaced the manual, but i found one online and it still doesnt make since lol. is it suppose to give a reading low enough to equal the hg on the spring at idle? as far as timing i need to get a tab for the cover because im using the aftermarket chrome cover and it didnt come with one.
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