Idle mixture adjustment (air or fuel screw adjustment)

LEAVE YOUR COMMENTS/Questions HERE! http://www.thejunkmanadv.com/how-to-idle-mixture-screw-adjustment.html to ask a question (please comment on the page as it is easier for me to respond there) YOUTUBE COMMENTS SUCK NOW Subscribe, Like and Share! www.thejunkmanadv.com How to adjust the air or fuel screw on a typical motorcycle or ATV carburetor. Typical proceedure to adjust the idle mixture on a carburetor. First thing to do before jetting the carburetor

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Pilot Air/Fuel Screw Adjustment Explained
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