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Join Date: Oct 2007
Location: Jim Thorpe, Pa
Back in the day, LOL The way carbs were adjusted was to use a vacuum gauge and set to the highest steadiest vacuum reading. Generally IIRC, 17-21 lbs vacuum. I have a carbtune setup that I use. It is a bar type vacuum gauge that can be used for 1-4 cylinders. Using it enables me to set the carbs at the highest vacuum and also enables me to balance them so the front and rear cylinders are equal. Probably the reason you dont see anything in the manuals is because the adjustment screws are set at the factory and then sealed to prevent tampering.
Kuryakyn Flame Grips
Bar End helmet locks
Chrome / Gold "Live to Ride Mirrors"
Coastered, Shaved & Jetted
K&N Pod Air Filters
KisanTech headlamp & Taillight modulators
Leather Lyke Hard Bags
Stebel Nautilus horn
J&M CB Radio
Audiovox CCS-100 Electronic Cruise Control
Mustang Seat, Protac Drivers Backrest
And of course the obligatory stator replacement[/FONT]