No power at idle

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Just reread your post again. It sounds like you only mess with the one on top and the star wheel. You need to adjust the back one (main fuel rack) out first some than do top (startup) and finally star wheel. That maybe why you still having problems (still don't have enough main fuel yet). You are going to need 14mm deep socket 3/8'' drive and 10mm 1/4'' drive to do adjustment on the back.
 

fpchief

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Just reread your post again. It sounds like you only mess with the one on top and the star wheel. You need to adjust the back one (main fuel rack) out first some than do top (startup) and finally star wheel. That maybe why you still having problems (still don't have enough main fuel yet). You are going to need 14mm deep socket 3/8'' drive and 10mm 1/4'' drive to do adjustment on the back.
10-4 will do. I hope to get on it one afternoon this week. I really appreciate the help.
 

fpchief

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Well, I want to thank everyone that gave so much advice on my issues. After replacing the lift pump, I turned the fuel up, adjusted top fuel screw and starwheel. It now has balls everytime I hit the accelerator from idle....I consider problem solved. Tomorrow I install a pyro gauge.
 
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