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2004 Kawasaki Bayou 250 High Idle

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Hey all just got done rebuilding carb and have a problem. The carb is back to stock settings 1 1/2 out on Air screw and factory jets. My problem is now when its running its got a high idle. the needle slide is flush at bottom and the choke is working properly and the idle screw is backed out and not touching the slide but still have a high idle. I checked the boot from carb to engine and it has no leaks. I sprayed carb cleaner all around it and its not leaking no where

Can anyone help please im stumped

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Does the throttle screw have any affect on idle the way it is?

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yea if i.screw the idle screw in it revs up the.more u screw it in.... but the screw is backed out all the way andit is still idleing high.

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