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07-03-2018 02:22 PM
Preben59
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Originally Posted by Spockster View Post
Down makes it leaner, because the needle is tapered. Adding a shim lifts it up, makes it richer. The needle reaches the narrow part of the taper sooner. Edit: The narrow part of the needle allows more fuel to flow past, so adding a shim pulls the narrow section higher.
Of course, my mistake. I will do that. Thanks a lot Spockster
07-03-2018 10:17 AM
Spockster
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I would like to get a richer mixture so I gues, that the needle most go down?
Down makes it leaner, because the needle is tapered. Adding a shim lifts it up, makes it richer. The needle reaches the narrow part of the taper sooner. Edit: The narrow part of the needle allows more fuel to flow past, so adding a shim pulls the narrow section higher.
07-03-2018 09:45 AM
Preben59 I would like to get a richer mixture so I gues, that the needle most go down?
07-02-2018 03:59 PM
ubertalldude Yes, though they can be adjusted up by using shims
07-02-2018 03:20 PM
Preben59
Jet needle position

Hi
Is it correct that the jet needle on a Vulcan A2 1986 have only one position ?

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Preben59

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