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Wheres the idle adjustment screw on my carb.. i have a 87 fz 600

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There is a small knurled knob to the rear base at centre of carbies, this turns a worm screw, actuating a bar for all 4 carbs. The site below provides an exploded view and name of carby parts.

Here's a tip...if the knurled knob (designed to turn by hand) is too hard to turn, a multi facet (not hexagon facet) socket or ring spanner is far easier than pliers or grippers.

Cheers.

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