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Where are the mixture screws on a kawasaki zr7

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SOURCE: Removing ZR7-s front wheel

think usaualy the bolt goes allthe way through

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SOURCE: factory fuel air mixture screw settting 88

screw in totally take out 1 to 2 turns

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