Re: [DML] John's Spark Plugs
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Re: [DML] John's Spark Plugs

How does the Carburetor compensate for changes in air pressure/density/temperature?  changes in ignition timing? or fuel quality?

--- On Fri, 4/13/12, content22207 <brobertson@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Remember: with your carb, *YOU* are in total control of fuel
> mixture, not an onboard computer. *YOU* decide how rich or
> lean you want the mixture to be. Once *YOU* pick the
> mixture, it isn't going to change unless you physically
> unscrew the jets and replace them with a different size
> (choke plate excepted of course). 


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