> Just for the record... no one's messing with my carbs unless the're sober
> and wide awake and can see what the're do'in.
It wouldn't do any good even if I was sober and wide awake, I can't seem
to adjust them right anyway. !
> I don't think SU carbs are ever "just right". It's a life long effort to
> find the perfect tune. My car is a little rich.... but runs real good...
> so I'm afraid to mess with what's not broken.
Best advice yet.
> BTW, Brad.... I actually got a call yesterday about my "restoration
> service"..... see what fooling around can do. Nice guy though... we are
> going to meet up at the "Day of Triumph" here in Boston on the 25th and see
> if we can connect him with some local LBC folks. BritBits in Rye, NH is a
> good bet if we can't find anything closer... and they will be at the show
Ooops! I was only joking your honor, I didn't mean no harm.....I didn't
know the gun was loaded.................!! (sorry!)
> Michael.... I assume you tried the "back off 12" simple rule to start
> with. I got this from the list... you tighten the jet nut until tight and
> then back off 12 flats. That should give you a starting point unless the
> jet is damaged or bent.... or the floats are too high.
I'm betting on the floats being set wrong or sticking.