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Not sure what you mean, idle? High idle usualy bend a rod to position the cam in the right place when engine is cold or with the choke plate held about 1/8" open and low idle is turn the idle screw with the engine warm. The screw rests high on the cam when cold and low on the cam when engine has warmed. you may find an index marking on the cam.

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