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Fuel mixture setting

Gday is there an set position for the mixture adjustment screw?what is the best way set it and what is the best way of cleaning out the carby without removing it from inlet manifold?i am an exhaust fitter by trade but this is not my scene so any help would be greatly appreciated thank you

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Adjust the fuel mixture to the position where you get the highest rpm at idle...You can ues a tach for this , but if you don't have one, you can do it by ear
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You have me concerned because you didn't even say carburetor...

So I am going to assume it...
and what make of vehicle (year?)... let alone the make or style of your "fuel" screws...

but to answer your question it really is unimportant.

Air-screw is always associated with the throttle shaft... the adjusting of the primary screw rotates the position of the plates on the throttle shaft exactly the same as the gas pedal does.

The fuel screw is usually pointed to the center of the air stack... if it is a two barrel (2 air stacks) there will be two identical screws.

These screws interface with a very soft and delicate orifice... and must be treated with the highest care not to damage that orifice! Never over-tighten those screws!!

Adjusting is an acquired ART... but everybody has to start at the beginning! As long as you are gentle you may soon get the hang of it.

Always set the SPEED with the idle screw first... Then adjust the FUEL with the idle screw...

Gently turning it out to see if the RPMs increase... slowly screw them in (closed) until the motor speed drops ... back it out about a half turn... and again set the AIR screw for the correct RPMs.

You are probably pretty good there but if you want the best/smoothest idle mixture... again repeat the Fuel screw screwing it in... until the speed drops.

Again back it out a half turn and you should be done.

Just always remember that idle screw is last... Change in anything else... especially the timing... points gap... air screw... always finish with the idle adjustment.

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On the Carb to Intake manifold there is an AIR/FUEL volume control screw. Gently screw it in Clockwise until it bottoms out, then back it out 2 turns.
Next, find the Throttle Butterfly Fast/ Slow idling screw, and back it out until the Throttle linkage is released.
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