> > What exactly is the ``rubber-hose-in-the-ear technique''? I just got a
> > TR-6 and this looks like a bit of magic I may be needing...
> Take a rubber hose a coupla feet long (the size you use for break
> bleeding works well -before you bleed the brakes!).
> Put one end in your ear and place the other over the carb opening at a
> right angle. Listen for the "whoosh".
> Adjust the idle/mixture until the "whooshes" are all the same loudness
> and the idle is where you want it/can get it.
> I actually learned this from my Healey factory manual where it is the
> only method mentioned!
> Mike Tobin
I hate to think I might have to do this. Please, somebody buy some of
these Spridget parts. I've got so much stuff here that I can't find
my Unisyn! I'd hate to think that one of the people who came to look
at parts palmed it when I wasn't looking.
Login name: phile In real life: Philip J Ethier