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    I just downloaded the "engine installation/carb kit" instructions, and it's the same booklet that came with the engine...only there's no carb kit instructions with either one!

    Is that a mistake, or am I missing something?

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    oops...sorry. I found them down at the bottom. I thought they were both the same instructions.

    My hi speed screw has a stop on it that prevents removal. Actually, I can only turn it about 90 degrees? Should I grind this off?

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    what year and model ski do you have?

    And no, you should not grind the high speed adjuster off.

    If it only turns 90 degrees something is wrong and i would not try to force it, or you will be sorry.

    Advice for this guy anyone?

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    It's just a plastic cap, pull it right off.
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    It's a 96 GTX.
    and yes, it's a tab that was built to keep the hi screw from turning more than about 90 degrees.
    Why would they do something like this???

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    it's just a limitor cap....it's there to keep the screw from backing out while the engine is running and vibrating

    I think anyways......LOL

    [ June 30, 2003, 08:58 AM: Message edited by: stevepaulus ]

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    Actually it's just to keep someone from turning the screw in to far. If the screws are backing out, the springs on them are corroded and need to be replaced.
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    gotcha tech support.....thanks for clarifying that [img]/graemlins/winkanim.gif[/img]

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