Posted by matt p on January 16, 2013 at 19:41:02 from (184.108.40.206):
This is my pilot when adjusting carb :P got the carb apart cleaned it really well then soaked it overnight. tonight went out to the shop and could'nt bellieve how dirty fluid was, I used new clean fluid for the overnight soak,it looked like coffee . Glad that guy's insist on the long soak. The last kit was put in a little too quick the only gasket was the middle one. The throttle butterfly was worn almost twice the size trottle rod, I think this might have added to my idle woes. Do you think that with my bad distrubuter and weak carb would that be why the crankshaft broke????
This post was edited by matt p at 15:25:31 01/17/13.
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