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88 dodge ram 50 4x4 manul trans. 2.6 mitshibishi.

88 dodge ram 50 4x4 manul trans. 2.6 mitshibishi. Where might I find information on adjusting the mikuni carb?

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The loss of power I was experiencing was because the secondary was not working. The vacuum was not strong enough to open the secondary.
I found a stronger vacuum and hooked it up there. Still need to fine tune the adjustments on the Carb. Have twice the power I had but still need adjusting.

Posted on Nov 17, 2009

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