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If the screw(s) on the carb make no difference... the throttle cable may need to have slack added... IF there is an adjustment at the handlebar... start there and give it slack -- The throttle should be able to move without revving the engine.... if there is not slack or play... adjust the cable until there is.- the next adjustment is at the top of the carb, where the cable goes in -- ....If this does not help, you may have pinched the throttle cable, or have an air leak or the intake valves are too tight-(usually manifest in a "slow to idle" - "run away idle" situation) .....
Posted on Aug 22, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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