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Carb air fuel screw

Tampered air screws on my XJR1300SP how to reset

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What I did , I turned mine in all the way and then backed them out until it started running smooth ! Try that and see if it fixes it !

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SOURCE: what is intial setting on carbs air fuel screw

Turn the screws inward until the LIGHTLY seat. Now turn outward one and one half turns. If you seat the screws too tight you will mess up the jet.

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You can fail emissions on a bike in arizona ? Wow i thought california was bad....anyhoo let's get to your concerns....All those srews should be very close to the same setting....rule of thumb is start at 1and1/2 turns out on each screw, almost any gasoline engine will run at these setting then you can fine tune from there.....no wonder you had bad idling problems...Good luck to you friend....Tim

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SOURCE: Fuel Air mixture screw

2 and a half make sure the bike's running when u do it the revs should sit between 1 and 3/ 2 2half

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SOURCE: I hear talk of an air jet for the mukuni bs34

I believe they are referring to the nozzle the needle goes into. A venturi effect is created by the position of the nozzle in the throat of the carb. The nozzle has holes in it and the fuel is sucked through the main jet and out the holes to mix with the rushing air as the needle raises. Beyond that I haven't got a clue.

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SOURCE: 2003 ttr 125 it will only run when the choke out.

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My guess is you are getting way too much fuel. (Runs with choke "on" too? Maybe a little smoke with the correct oil ratio?) If that is true then there are 2 possible solutions. First has anyone tampered with any of the set screws on the carb? If no DON'T touch em. It runs good at the end (20 seconds of raped ape) because at that point the fuel air mix balances out for a short period. But its in a aberrant mode, normally it would putter down and out. Flooding or "too much fuel" happens from 2 causes usually. one is you got a tiny spec of dirt, or gas varnish, or recrystallized whatever holding the needle valve open, letting too much fuel in. Try pulling off the fuel lines from the carb and spraying in some Gumout or carb cleaner, let it sit 5 min. Spray again, then blow out the passages in both directions with a compressed air source or a clean separate vinyl hose piece you can blow thru. Make sure the air filter isn't full of silt and dust. (Not enough air can cause this too, but its a bit different...not by much though) After you clear out the carb reconnect the lines and try it again. Let me know what happens. If the set screws were tampered with, I then have another set of steps to follow.

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Time for carb cleaning, blow the jets with compressed air and check the fuel level in the float chamber, adjust if necessary.
Tht factory plug is where the air-mixture screw is and tht plug has been kept there for non tampering!
That screw is factory set.
Basically its the primary jet which is a problem in your bike's carb, but all in all might as well blow both of them.
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