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What is the float level setting on a hd keihin cv carb? HD stock #27421-99a

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You'll have to contact me directly for that information. The reason is that the float level is not set in the more conventional manner like other carbs. The float level is set to0.413 - 0.453' from the "bottom" of the float to the lower face of the carb body with the carb tilted at an angle of 15 - 20°. A picture is worth a thousand words in this case. For a picture, contact me directly at wd4ity at bellsouth.net

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Steve

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