Air/Fuel mixture screw question.
Yesterday was slow in terms of work so I decided to do some work on the bike. My goal was to marble it and also do some troubleshooting for my temp gauge. Turns out my temp gauge itself is bad so that’s now a job for another day. With the tank off it was real easy to get the marble in on the right side of the bike, popped off the side cover on the left to get leverage on the reed valve tube and got the other one in as well. Bike still pops, primarily on the LEFT side, and since my mufflers cracked, I currently have only exhaust tips on the bike the popping is starting to annoy me, especially when I’m riding through the neighborhoods. So next thing I want to try is the Air/Fuel mixture screws. I was able to get the plug out on the RIGHT side of the carb so far. I’ve done a lot of reading on the forum as to how to set it but I still have a couple questions.
1st question, Is the screw on the RIGHT side of the carb for the rear cylinder?? I ask because if it is I’ll leave the other plugged for now, no sense in messing with something else if it’s good.
2nd question, What are the consequences of turning the screw out too much? I only plan to turn it out between 2-3 turns but just want to understand what taking out too far will do so I know what to look for.