[ROVERNET - UK] Calling Rovernet Brain trust!!!
slatskars at comcast.net
Sun Oct 1 05:18:21 BST 2006
This is an HD type SU carb. They have P.T.F.E. bushes on the throttle shaft,
so there is much less of a leakage problem. It is a possibility, but not as
mush so as on H or HS types. The HIF type also has throttle shaft seals. It
sounds like Ben may be on the right track with resetting the needle and then
re-adjusting the mixture.
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From: "Damien" <koffee at iprimus.com.au>
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Subject: RE: [ROVERNET - UK] Calling Rovernet Brain trust!!!
>I don't know if you have checked this but the shaft that holds the
> valve in the carbies wears itself and the brushes that it sit in also wear
> so allows air to be sucked in there. Just a thought. Another thought is
> condenser in the distributor.
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