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    1999 1050 cdk II float height and pop off pressure specs needed

    In the process of rebuilding my carbs and the float arms are all at different heights.

    What is the correct measurement and technique to set the float tab?

    What should my goal be for the pop off pressure?

    I'm installing new needles as we'll and was wondering if any preparation to the seat is needed for the new valves.
    Thank you in advance for any advice you may have.


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    Arm height is .060 below the casting. Set a straight edge across the top of tje casting and set the arm .060 below that.

    Just replace the needles and use the stock springs and you should be good.

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    Thank you. That's exactly what I needed to know. Any idea of what pop off pressure should be? I just want to check it to be sure it's correct. The carbs had been set up by the previous owned to compensate for dribbling and I want to fix it right.

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    I think its 10-18 PSI. With the stock spring and needle is should be within spec.

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