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Old 05 June 2014, 14:11   #1
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New Carb pilot screw

I have today just bought a new replacement Carburettor for my 1995 Honda 50 outboard engine. The old one was badly oxidised (inside) and no amount of stripping & cleaning would cure it.
The original carbs have the ordinary pilot screws. The pilot screw on the new Carb appears to have a lug that limits its movement. Any ideas on how one is supposed to get to adjust the pilot screw?
I shall need to synchronise the carbs, can anyone recommend a good reliable vacuum synchroniser?
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Old 05 June 2014, 16:24   #2
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New carb pilot screw

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