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    STOCK pop-off pressure??

    2000 SUV, 1200 non-PV. Rebuilding the carb and pop-off of over 50 psi. Have searched about everywhere I can look and have yet to see stock numbers posted. With the stock small N/S (1.2), appears as if a high pop-off pressure would be expected. Just looking for ya'll experience.
    Thanks in advance!!!


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    that sounds correct , I usually verify all are close and just reuse the stock springs , I'll see what 1 can find

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    The stock pop-off is up in the 80's with the 1.2 and the gold spring. I found on the SUV a 1.5 N&S and gold spring with 100 pilot jets has worked the best for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerdart View Post
    Unfortunatley this chart does not cover the 1.2 N&S

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    Thanks guys for you response. The charts don't show a 1.2 N/S and mine looks to be in great shape. I just went back with the stock stuff and rebuilt. All pop-offs are very close (over 60) and it ran well until I lost an oil line. I will be going pre-mix now and think I "should" go a bit rich on both the low and high adjustments. Not looking for a monster...I'm just an old cruiser. All of your input is very much appreciated!!!

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    Bill with your N&S and jet mods do you have the adjustment screw 's baseline settings? Thx Z

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    Quote Originally Posted by samiguy View Post
    Thanks guys for you response. The charts don't show a 1.2 N/S and mine looks to be in great shape. I just went back with the stock stuff and rebuilt. All pop-offs are very close (over 60) and it ran well until I lost an oil line. I will be going pre-mix now and think I "should" go a bit rich on both the low and high adjustments. Not looking for a monster...I'm just an old cruiser. All of your input is very much appreciated!!!
    I did mine when stock and 1.2 I think your right on for pop off for stock

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