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Carbureter settings both running and mixture - G5 Yamaha Motorcycles

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    yadayada Mar 30, 2011

    The carbs are set with a a carburetor synchronizer tool, just goggle it.

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Generally, one and one half turns counter clockwise from a lightly seated position.

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