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twin carburettors

posted in General Discussion
Tuesday, September 13 2016, 07:56 PM
Can anyone tell me how they balance twin carburettors i have always thought you release the throttle linkage and fully close the butterflies and then tighten the linkage .But has anyone got a better idea
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