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hi,

i got an old 89 pantera. and it seems to be a bit too rich in fuel..at 0 degrees celsius or close it seems a little sloppy in the low range... and when i crank it up at any temperature, i can remove the choke within the second it runs and it's perfectly alright and doesnt bog down or stall..

now i know there is a screw fgor that and it seems to be on the side of the carb.. anybody know what the adjustement would be?

2 turns and half or semething like that? i did adjusments on my gixxer but it's a 4 cycle and that CAN take being a bit too lean for a whiule.. i dont wanna blow my cat engine :(


anybody got an idea?

fr0st


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turns out

Hey North,
1 to 1.5 turns out between 1500 - 2000 rpms. plus or minus is fine. not gonna smoke the engine on that adjustment. If it seems to run fine at one leave it. If it has a flat spot open it up a little.
 
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