Originally Posted by buffgun
Im not that good with the carb ! Think Im going to start looking for a non stepper carb !
It is really easy to adjust and a heads up, replacement carbs still need to be set up so if you don't like playing with them, a new one won't help.
If you remove the stepper motor, the insides move in rocking steps. Be careful not to break the backing board. When the board is just inside the motor enough to hold the needles from falling out, I think that is the correct place to set it, but install it and double check.
Also just have a look inside yours, it might be in the right place already.
You need to learn how to set the best lean idle mix at least because the computer will no longer be doing it.
If you can get your head around trying to set it up, post and you can be walked through it.
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