Thanks Gary. I have some confusion about the needle on the bottom of the carb as shown in the diagram. My carb has simply a plug in the hole. Will this work? Additionally, there is no description in the FO4 for making an adjustment on this.
Re: Economizer Jet in reply to delawarbill, 01-28-2013 16:54:02
You are NOT being dence.....that pic. is confusing to someone that does not use the main jet adjusting screw, like shown in the picture.
The main jet fuel adj. screw on your "N" series M/S carb, is on the front top of your carb, and NOT located as in the pic.
Think of the plug in it's place as an emergency clean out, and was put there as an entrance to the bottom fuel passage, and main jet area. Your carb bowl will prob. never be accessed through that plug.!!!
Adapt this carb cut-away pic. to the M/S carb pic. that I posted previously!!!
This prob. is what your M/S carb looks like!!!.......:
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