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To much gas

I just put kits in my carbs i need to know the height for the floats

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Do not change the float levels! there is no need to do this. leave them as they are.

Posted on Apr 28, 2010

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    nedkelly900 Apr 28, 2010

    to much gas = put smaller jets back in

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