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AC620 Carb Adjustments

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renxgil
First off I'd like to say thanks to everyone that has answered my questions so far. Now a few more. 1. Is there a rule of thumb for setting the needle set valve on top of the carb? 2. How should the needle set valve on the bottom of the bowl be set? 3. How do you remove the carb bowl? 4. Is there a circuit breaker in the ignition wiring that automaticly resets? Thanks in advance to all that look at my questions and helps by answering!!!!!!!........RENXGIL

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1. Is there a rule of thumb for setting the needle set valve on top of the carb? yes, initially ~1 1/2 turns out 2. How should the needle set valve on the bottom of the bowl be set? same, easiest with carb off 3. How do you remove the carb bowl? remove the main jet and jet nut then remove the bigger nut that is against the bowl. the bowl then will just pop off 4. Is there a circuit breaker in the ignition wiring that automaticly resets? yes

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