Fuel screw dilemma

spring, washer, oring with the oring end being nearest the tip

spring, washer, oring with the oring end being nearest the tip

Very good

My initial thought was that the O-ring was in the groove by the knurled knob/screwdriver slot .. which made the "washer" a loose part.

Thanks (have no reference point ... LOST the original due to setting it WAY WAY "out" = -10.5 points out of 10)

I've done all the free mods but still can't get it to quit bogging when I snap the throotle. Will the fuel screw adjustment take the bottom end bog out.

I "think" turning the screw in will weaken the mixture. This should reduce the fuel ratio however its a good possibility that your accelerator pump may be adding too much fuel when you snap open the throttle.

Have you rejetted or are you using the standard jets?

Do a search for "bog", get a thermos of coffee and sit down for a cram session. Lots of info on the subject...SC

As they slide onto the adjuster screw..... spring, washer, o-ring.

i.e o-ring last.

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