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How to adj the set screw on the bottom of carb on a 125 Suzuki 3wheeler

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Greetings, Kenny. I'm guessing you are referring to the air/fuel adjustment *****. Most small engines will perform quite well with the ***** turned out one and a half to three turns. Seldom is this adjustment the reason for hard-starting or poor performance, however. To resolve carbureter problems you may remove the ***** from the carb and shoot some carb cleaner up into the carb. Turn the ***** clockwise for a lean mix; counter-clockwise for a richer mixture. Happy Three Wheelin'. Herb

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Turn both screws inward and seat them GENTLY. Now turn both screws one and one half turns outward. This is the factory setting.

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SOURCE: how do i set my suzuki rm 125 carb to the right

Turn the air screw and throttle screw all the way inward. IMPORTANT > do not tighten these two adjusters down. Only screw these in until they LIGHTLY seat. Now turn each adjuster one and one half turns outward. The carb is now set back to factory specs assuming no one has changed out the main jet or played with the float level..

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SOURCE: needle adjustments for 1999 Suzuki RM80 Need carb

Lightly seat the screws then open up each of them one and one half turns. This is the factory setting.

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