Both Joe and Jeff are excellent. They really know carbs in and out. Jeff did
a special job for me last month and I was completely satisfied. But, first,
can you define by what you mean by not being able to idle? I assume you mean
that the engine cuts out. If that's the case, it could be various causes all
the way from an easy adjustment of the idle screw to a torn bypass valve
gasket. In any case, when you get the carbs back, you'll need a Unison
($10-$15) to balance the carbs. And, if you're really enthusiastic, you might
want a mixture adjustment tool, since your needles are adjustable.
>In a message dated 6/29/2007 5:54:45 AM Central Daylight Time,
>> i have a 76 tr6 and can't get it to idle for nothing .changed almost
>> everything i think the carbs need to be rebuilt. i'm in the ny area who do
>> you guys
>> think does the best job
>Joe Curto is in your neck of the woods and I know people who are very
>satisfied with his service.
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