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Honda EP6500 CXS carburettor settings Give setting particulars

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SOURCE: How to set the linkages and adjust a carburettor

Turn the engine off, Put the throttle
lever to the HIGH position. Loosen the
pinch bolt nut on the governor arm a
turn or two; just enough that the arm will
move on its shaft.

With one hand, move the governor
arm so that the throttle plate of the
carburettor is wide open. With your other
hand, use smallish pliers that's
why there is a flat on the shaft to turn
the shaft in the same direction. Hold
everything in that position and tighten
the pinch bolt.


You've just taken all the slack out of the governor linkage.

Recheck the choke, idle and maximum RPM
and you've done all the adjusting
you can do.

Posted on Nov 25, 2010

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