Alright, I'm confused... I am 99.9% positive that I drilled into the correct cap, but I was not able to do this with very much ease (definitely could not have done it with a bit and my fingers).The lead plugs are very soft, you don't the drill, just a fine bit and twist it with your fingers, It will go in the lead with no prob.
If you have one of those screwdrivers with the bit tips that are interchangable you can use one of those. Just don't put it in the handle and just use the bit itselfEdit: Finally got the caps off.. Was going to set the screws, but the mosquitoes were eating me alive so I'll try tomorrow.
Does anyone have an "easier" method of turning the screws with the carb still on the bike? Its a rather weird angle..
As a side-note ...mine did the pop ing and backfired while cranking, until I studied the info on this cool a$$ web site.Here is a great pict form Dianna.
Your more than likely gonna have to marble the reed valves in order to stop the decel pops. It's real easy to do just need a screw and two marbles. If you wish to go that route let us know and we'll walk you thru it.:rockon:Thank you so much for your quick reply Kay, people like you make this forum a pleasure to visit , let hope I can figure out how to stop or slow down the popping, thanks again