Question about Honda XR 200 Motorcycles
First screw it in and count the turns,count every quarter of a turn and write it down so you can put it back if necessary.
screw it back out to where it was, it will be about 1.5-- 2turns out.
at idle as you turn it in the bike will start to bog down(getting richer)
As you turn it out the revs will slightly increase, then become uneven with the revs rising and falling(lean)
The best place is the smoothest idle between these two situations, but you wont need to turn it more than half to three quarters of a turn either way.
If you dont get a change, something else it wrong and put it back to where it was(which will be easy cause you wrote it down)
Posted on Mar 18, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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