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Re: SU lean/rich confussion

Subject: Re: SU lean/rich confussion
From: "John M. Trindle" <>
Date: Thu, 21 Dec 1995 13:50:28 -0500 (EST)
On Thu, 21 Dec 1995 wrote:

> John wrote:
> >The only way I can think that you didn't mention is worn, scratched, or 
> >totally inappropriate metering needles.
> >
> can tell with the carb synchonizer that Moss sells.  The needles are new and
> are the ones supplied by Moss in their carb rebuild kit ("5" needle, claimed
> to be an improvement over the original "MB")
Hmph!  How about the jets the new needles go into?  Wear there could 
also cause richness.

Let's see..  I assume the pistons aren't stuck and the needles are 
installed to the correct "depth".

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