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Thread: Need some help . Anyone know how to set a pair of Weber Carbs .

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    They look like mixture screws.

    The attached may help you, but as has been suggested your issue may lie elsewhere.

    http://www.redlineweber.com/html/Tec...lean_best_.htm

    Good luck.

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    Just an obvious thing rule out contaminated fuel diesel ect. JJH

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    You do realise that the big brass screws hold the idle jets. Take out the brass screw and then pull the idle jet out of it. When you hold it up to the light you should be able to see straight through it.
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    She is running. Just running a bit high. I will let someone who knows more than me I am taking her to a local man who works on race bikes . I just want to say thank you for all help and advice . I need to learn more about these things . Thank you all .

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