i think your just getting use to it..it needs to be looked into WHY its acting like it is...i think it just needs some carb tuning
I think so too I have investigated and his brother put on the New out the box carbs but couldn't get em adjusted right.:mad better than bad carbsOdysseys said:i think your just getting use to it..it needs to be looked into WHY its acting like it is...i think it just needs some carb tuning
Actually, until you get the sync tool there is usually a section in the manual that will tell you a starting point measurement for the butterfly openings. If you take the carbs off get out a ruler and get them close it should run alot better than it does now. You should also spray some WD-40 on the manifold rubbers. Those things get old and krusty and leak sometimes. That could cause you to run like that too.Odysseys said:if someone stuck on new carbs..and didnt adjust them right...i bet there out of sync..and the guy raised the idle so much to keep it running. looks like you need a carb sync then maybe.
which i dont have the tool to do it.
maybe find someone with the tool or shop it with DANO at woodfeild..he can help us out or 4&6