Originally Posted by Clipper
i have read your post numerous times to make sure i really understand the question. after studying the pictures, the answer is, when the stopper is against the carb body, the roller in my outboard is on the angle edge.
Hola Jack, thanks for the answer & time
I assumed it was close the angle edge, at this point you still have some more throthle grip to turn CCW. Last issue, when accelerating to this point (roller/angle edge/wot position, allegedly wil have reached top end speed)
If accelerating the throttle arm to full CCW, will you feel /see the supposed extra speed gainned difference untill the throttle arm accelerates no more (has reached final end arm stop position) ?
Or there's not much speed difference between both positions ? As incledible & bizzare as it looks the service manual doesn't mention a word on how to adjust cam/roller/rod timing procedure after stripping down the carb for maintenance. Only the form to take off the carb from the crank case. Who understands these Japs. But there is Rinbet to resort.
Next time you go out boating, make a throttle test run to compare. Would like to hear about what you concluded.