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2006 crf 235 witch way do turn the float in the carb

Witch way does the float go in the carb

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hi mate you will see a screw pocking out the carb screw it in 1/4 of a turn and start it this is the idle screw which should bring the revs up a little good luck

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SOURCE: What are the compression settings for a 2004

Compression settings are adjusted in conjunction with rebound settings AFTER the rear spring pre-load/sag is properly set. The springs on both these bikes are too soft for 230-235 lbs. so they would need to be replaced with the correct stiffer spring rates to properly set sag for starters. You can work around this by attempting to set sag near the ballpark and then compensate for this by adjusting the clickers. This requires you to adjust your settings the way pro tuners do - trial and error.

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  • the cables dont come undone from the carb i had an 07 08 honda 250 and i found it was easier to take the throtle apart and leave the cables attached

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Need setting for carb. adjuster on bottom of carb right at edge of float bowl. Float bowl has indentation to go around this fuel needle adjuster.


Turn the adjusting screw all the way in until it LIGHTLY seats. Now back it out one and one half turns. Do the same adjustment for the throttle screw on the right side of the carb. You are now back to the stock factory settings.

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