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    • Yeah Randy.. they are all very critical and carefully chosen..  And.. carbies are not junk..  Just the wrong one for the job. Read the tests we do to check mixtures and settings.. See if anyone(any one qualified) suggests snapping the throttle open as a test.. on the type of carby you have.. If you want to snap the carby open, which is not a good driving technique, then get a pumped carby.. And you see those small holes stacked up on one tube.. that indicates it needs/gets a lot of enrichment as it comes onto the needle, which means it's running lean somewhere else.. slide probably. Not all acceleration compensation is richening, sometimes they run things rich, and then lean them temporarily or after attaining speed.
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