Question about Honda CB 100 Motorcycles
On the carburetor, on top the cap that screws in with the accelerator cable there is an adjustment nut that gets dis-adjusted when you take the carb off. Screw the Idler Adjuster all the way in and and back up two full turns and a half, then adjust the accelerator cable until the Idle gets to the lowest point. If the engine dies, use the Idle Adjuster screw to keep it going.
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