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Turtle Harris

Help with 110cc four wheeler

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I have a 110cc four wheeler and I replaced the carb. Now when I hit gas it just wants to rev up . At full throttle the tires start to spin and go faster but not with any weight on it. It's a automatic. Drove and rode fine till carb work now it's got plenty of rpm but no pull .

 

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Does the throttle work when you press it and spring back? Did you properly install the slide back in to the top of the carb properly?   What adjustments did you use on the new carburetor? Don’t rely on a manufacturer setting. And what kind of choke is it ? On the carb lever or is it a cable type that is controlled on the handle bar ?  

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I'm having the same problem as I switched the carb and it idles insanely high. What was your solution. Thanks in advance for any help 

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