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K 301 carb settings

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johnmonkey
Hello, I did an archive search for "K301s carb settings" and came up with zero. Does anyone know what the carb settings are for a Kohler K301s carburator? Thanks, JH

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tec2484
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Originally posted by JJ MARSHALL
low idle jet 2 1/2 open high idle jet 2 turns open
Then push the chrome handel on the upper left and listen for the whooosh: Sorry couldn't help it}:)

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HubbardRA
John, The proper procedure is to get the engine running, then open the throttle wide open. Adjust the main jet (the one directly above the center of the fuel bowl) clockwise till it gets rough, counterclockwise till rough, the center between the two rough points. Bring it back to idle and adjust the idle jet (the one that comes out the side) in the same was as the main. Then push the throttle wide open (quickly). If the engine hesitates, then open the main jet (counterclockwise) a little at a time (and re-try opening the throttle quickly) till it stops the hesitation. Re-adjust idle mixture again, if needed.

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