Question about Yamaha XS2 Motorcycles
You closed the air adjuster (clockwise) and from that position turn the adjuster of the air by 3/4 ( counter clockwise) set the idle at 1 then turn the air adjuster slowly (counter clockwise) till it reach the highest idle it can give that's the standard air for your carburator, then lower the idle at 1rpm.
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
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