Join Date: Aug 2006
Location: Greater Puget Sound Area
Re: Tri Power Carb adjustment and Procurement help?
You can make the linkage you need with some welding or brazing rod, some linkage stops, springs and rod ends. I can get a drawing of a similar set-up through email. I am assuming you are going to use progressive linkage...
To tune them you will need a tuning meter that measures the air flow through each carb. You set the middle carb first with the others closed and the idle mixture screws all the way in. (unless you need to add to the primary idle mix)
Then you set the linkage to open the secondary carbs to the same amount of air flow at a given point. I do have the tool somewhere in my shop but haven't used it in years.
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