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So...I've got 2 brand new just out of the box 930's on a 70 Bonneville 650 that's running WAY too rich and fouling plugs like crazy.
I've got the air screw (throttle stop I guess its called) just nudging the sleeve up & adjusted the fuel inlet screws back (from being cottomed out) almost a quarter turn)
It idles without stalling at right around a grand but is just WAY too rich.
I quess my question is, what'll happen if I move the little clip on the needle in the carb up or down a notch?
Right now its set on the middle notch but to be honest, I'm not sure which way does what.
Also, I guess to be as descriptive as possible, the main jet is a 220, the needle jet is .106 and its got short velocity stacks.
Any help is, as always, appreciated.
Thanks.
 

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You guys are great!
Thanks for the info.

Looks like yet ANOTHER weekend spent taking carb apart.
I'm gonna start using snaps.....or velcro!

Thanks again!
 
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