Some choke questions:
Ok, so I got my carb in the mail yesterday and after a good bit of cursing, got the freaking thing in. Actually it was the air box part that was a serious pain in the booty. Anyway, the choke cable was difficult to get on as well and I have a few questions about its operation.
When I'm starting up a cold bike, do I want the choke lever to be closer to me or further away? In other words, the triangle graphic on the side of the choke represents more choke as the lever is away from you and less choke the closer it gets to you right?
It started with the lever in either position, but the less choke position (pulled closer to me), caused the engine to race, it seemed, to about 3 or 4k rpms. Maybe something needs to be adjusted there?
Also, when the choke is all the way let out and the cable is at its longest point, the two plungers on the carb don't go all the way in, is that right? It seemed like the choke lever should be able to operate those plungers through their full range of motion, but instead the only go about half way in. Is that right?