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G43l Carb idle screw wont stay in place?

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  • G43l Carb idle screw wont stay in place?

    Hey guys. Im an old member from the old gpn, been appreciating peds again recently. A few of you know me.
    So i have the newer g43l on my gtr. The screw directly in the top (idle screw i believe) doesnt really stay in place. It used to be tight enough to stay when tuning back when i first got it couple years ago. For a while now when i tune it has potential to run rly good but thats impossible when the vibrations move it immediately once i hit the throttle. no idea what could cause this. Sorry if this sounds stupid but thats the best i can describe it. Any suggestions lmk, & ill be back into peds from now on so see you around.

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    Post up some pictures so we can see exactly what you are talking about. But it sounds like the low needle is what is giving you trouble.
    Hell Fab

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      Inkedwalbro_LI.jpg The dark screw that is circled in this pic

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      • #4
        Gotcha
        That needle has an o-ring, and I am assuming yours has simply worn out. Although it is not that common.

        Have you pulled the needle out yet?
        Hell Fab

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        • #5
          I did actually a while back, but i didnt notice an o ring. maybe its in the carb and not attached to the needle when taken out? this is the low needle you were saying?

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