Question about 1998 kawasaki KDX 200
Should floats be set to close at parallel without spring compression? float setting please! keihan flat slider carb
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It gotta close the valve when the bowl is full. You can test by replacing the bowl in place and connecting the gas, if it does not overflow its good, it gotta let the gas enter the bowl till full and it will be correct. Its not a precision settings, just try and see...
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
SOURCE: Float spring on tecumseh Carb.
Ok, that pin is the needle valve. It should move freely, and the spring should attach it to the float. When the carburetor bowl is full, the float pushes that pin up to shut off the gas flowing into it. Otherwise, it would continue to dump fuel into it until it overflows, and you would have gas all over. The engine draws gas through the jet in the bottom of sump that you see sticking into the bottom of the bowl(this likes to get plugged up and keep your engine from running) The spring just kind of sits in there so that if the float moves, it will pull down the pin as it moves.
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
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