2004 yamaha blaster pt.3

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    Tors kit and brick ..had to put brick back on after I put kit on seemed like cable was to long won't stay idled but since I put brick back on it stays idled but can't adjust the idle any suggestions
     
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    2 idle screws and you can't adjust idle :D
    When you installed. Your tors delete kit. Did you shave down the area some where you drilled and tapped for idle screw.
    If not idle screw doesn't go in far enough to adjust the idle
     
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    I'll try and shave down a little more..wheb I look through hole i can see it through carb it sticks out ..how far do I have to shave in
     
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    Here is a pic on how much I have screw in at #1 do I need to have in to like #2 or #3..didn't wanta screw in to much didn't wanta damage carb
     
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    It has to go in enough to raise the slide enough to get the desired idle
     
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    You have to file it about 3/32" after you get that area flat
     

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