Re: Crusing at 10 mph
OK it is easy. Turn the carb over with the float off, and near the end that goes to to the engine, drill a 0.040 hole from the float side into the intake runner. I have found that you don't need to do anything else. It then has a way to get some mix air for the idle. I also file a little dent in the slide over the hole, I don't know if this helps but it looks good. Let me know what you think. Have fun, Dave
PS: If it turns out like mine you are going to love the way it runs. Mine will run as slow a good Yamaha, no more balking. Good luck.
PS: One more thing I am running a 39 tooth sprocket and I think it gives the best of both worlds, lower RPM and still pulls well. With the porting and the carb it will still pull off a stop without pedals.
Last edited by Egor; 03-15-2008 at 04:49 PM.