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Hello my name is Ben and I have a honda 200s atc. I have just put a replacement brand new OEM carb on. The bike runs great when in the throttle but when I am idling it sounds like it is skipping going in the back out. I was wondering could I have not adjusted the air screw correctly or is it a different problem. I have adjusted the screw where I put it all the way in then 2 turns out. Do I need to do 2.5 to 3 turns or did I buy another junk carb?
So, I was out at Silver Lake State Park Sand Dunes enjoying a nice brisk morning. I was climbing all of the hills (sometimes having to down shift on the fly). I stopped my trike on a flat area and put it into neutral. I then put the bike into first gear and the bike wouldn't move. It revved up and the wheels sometimes wanted to move partly, but it wouldn't move. I had to put the trike into neutral and push it out. Now here is the dilemma: Bike will shift into neutral and first, but when i try to shift into the other gears, the pedal will go down but the shift indicator does not spin indicating a shift. I took the panel off to look and the clutch and gears and one of the bolts unloosened itself and is now bent. See pics... So I fixed the bolt in the pressure plate, and reassembled appropriately, but now the bike will not shift into gear and engage. I am able to put the trike into first gear, but when I throttle up it will not moved (like the clutch isn't engaging. Any ideas why this?) I tried to the clutch adjustment. I screwed it all the way counter clockwise then loosened it a 1/4 turn. The shifter pedal was almost to stiff to shift into gear at this adjustment, but I was still able to get into first by pressing down extremely hard. When in first it wouldn't move. I tried to loosened the screw clockwise at more intervals and it still wouldn't engage the clutch. I think the pressure plate bolt bent when it hit the centrifugal clutch (see pic). Both clutches spin by hand, if that makes a difference. I didn't find much at the bottoms of the case except two or three small metal shavings. My question is would this cause the bike not to shift or engage when I give it throttle? Thanks Caleb