Originally Posted by davek181
I hope I answered some of your questions or cleared things up a little. If not please feel free to ask more.
So I've been thinking more about how carbs work, since your great explanation, Dave. I do have a few more questions....
Regarding the air mixture screw, this regulates the amount of air that gets mixed in with the fuel in the low/pilot jet, right? So it only applies to idle, right? And I guess the more you screw it in, the leaner the idle mix...
And second question... mostly just our of curiosity.... The bottom of the main jet sits a little lower than the bottom of the pilot jet. Are both of these actually submerged in the float bowl fuel? Or is the main jet submerged and the pilot jet just above the level of the fuel?
Just thinking about it all and trying to understand how it works...
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