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Scoopeddad

1994 honda try 300 carb idle

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After I rebuilt the card it seems to have a faster idle than before. I have tried to adjust the idle screw but will only speed idle up, not slow it down. What should I look for in adjustments. I purchased a card rebuild kit.

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There are 2  screws that  affect the  idle .. The  idle  air screw and the  throttle  stop .   You adjust the  idle  air  screw to  get the  best  mixture at   idle. .   When  set right , it  will   have  close to the fastest  idle,  and  not stumble  when  you   open the  throttle.  The  throttle  idle  stop  is  just that .  It   sets the minimum throttle  opening.  That  is the  one  that   will  set  your idle  when the  idle  mixture is right.

 

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Take another look at the position of the throttle cable and make sure the clip on the long needle is in the middle.  Those shuttles can be a little bit of a torture if the cable isn't connected properly.

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