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    Low RPM

    Hey guys,

    MY RPM is very low, 4240 - the skis in the shop atm getting looked at, but i wana know if;

    The needle and seat been in a bad position would of caused my low rpm? i fixed it, but never got a chance to test ski as one of my carbs was overflowing with gas

    Oh and do the jets need to be screwed to a certain thing? they are all just tightened right up
    Thanks in advance
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    Yes, stuck needle will cause problems.
    No, jets just need screwed in till bottom out, not overly tightened of course.

    General carb info is available in the forum. Search and read up on them you will know how carb works.

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    Turned out i had a bad spark plug aswell!

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