Ron Brown wrote:
> If you re-read my last post you will see that if the needle
> clip is in the top slot, needle as low as possible, this is
> the leanest position.
I took it apart today, and carefully looked around... The needle doesn't seem movable (well it is, but it doesn't seem meant to be moved and left there) The spring for the throttle cable goes down into the slider, and rests on the needle.... so moving it up the slider, the spring would only push it down again...
> Your float most likely adjusts like a car float. There is a
> tab on it that pushes on the float needle. Bending this tab
> adjusts the float height from the top surface of the carb.
> Measure the current float height if you decide to change it
> so you can go back.
THe needle has a notch in theend of it, similar to a nail head. the 'head' sits in a slot on the float. The play in this slot, is what appears to stop the float. No metal stuff around, save for the little axle the float hinges on...
I adjusted the oil pump cable a hair past the mark the manual mentions. The pump will still pump oil, at idle and at WOT, im pretty sure... I don't think I'll keep it this way for long...
Im thinking about stopping by the Yamaha dealer tommorrow, too...