Teach you move the needle in the carburetor 4t - Yamaha R6 Forum
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Teach you move the needle in the carburetor 4t

So many users asking a simple question about needle-How to set it up and how it regulates the dose of the mixture. In this tutorial I'll show how to do it. Of course it is not easy

1、 To get into the needle, remove the scooter seat (to have better access to the carburetor) You'll see a view of the carburetor, which looks after the dismantling of

2、We need to remove the carburetor cap by unscrewing the two screws indicated above. After doing this shows us is the view:

3 、To get to the same needle must remove visible in the picture above the black membrane, together with the spring and we searched spire. It looks like this:

4 、In the middle of the membrane is usually white plastic that using a Phillips screwdriver can be removed easily. After removing the plastic needle should easily pop out. She spire of the pin looks like this:

Adjusting the needle is carried out by changing the position of the pin in the other groove. In addition, remember that the cotter pin down the scooter gets more compounds.
Perfectly illustrates this photo:

If you have any questions, please write posts for cookbook or write to priw
Please also do not post comments type-any fool knows, except that a lot of people but this is asking.

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