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What is idle adlustment

Hi or low, or do I use the T to adjustit.

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Hi

High speed H=3/4 turn
Low speed L=1 1/4 turns
Adjust T accordingly

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The T is just the idle adjustment hi & low r mixture settings if your not sure don't play with hi or low settings hope this helps

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