Airscrew? what does it do?

Airscrew? what does it do?

Post by Eric Curti » Tue, 23 Feb 1999 04:00:00


On 02-21-99 WALT says:

WA>MY Netscape shows an attachment - the warning is valid: DON'T
WA>DOWNLOAD IT!

WA>Walt

Interesting.  Anybody else seen this attachment?  A more proper warning
would be to not execute this attachment or if it's in a Winword doc
format then don't open it up to look at it.


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* CMPQwk #1.42* UNREGISTERED EVALUATION COPY

 
 
 

Airscrew? what does it do?

Post by srka.. » Wed, 24 Feb 1999 04:00:00

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Hope this is of use to you,

S R Kadur
http://www.pspl.com


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> HAPPY 99 VIRUS IS ON THE FIRST THREAD OF THIS POSTING! DONOT< I REPEAT< DONOT
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Airscrew? what does it do?

Post by Len Dacomb » Wed, 24 Feb 1999 04:00:00

Could we get this thread back to the original topic.  What exactly does
the air***do?  Does it control the amount of air in the fuel mixture
(i.e. in=richer, out =leaner) OR is it like the low speed jet on the old
Tilliston carbs (i.e. in=leaner, out=richer)?

Many of the responses were contradictory and I would really appreciate
some consensus (i.e. the facts) before I make adjustments which could
toast a piston or worse!  I've had a lot of experience in the old
Tilliston days but I'm now in unchartered territory in the Mikuni era!

Thanks for your advice!

Len Dacombe

 
 
 

Airscrew? what does it do?

Post by Joe Blo » Wed, 24 Feb 1999 04:00:00

On most of the Mikuni round slide carbs  ( VM Style) the airscrew is just
that it controls the amount of air in the low speed circuit - out is more /
in is less. The new Flat slide carbs (TM Style) has a Fuel***that
controls the amount of fuel introduced in the first 1/8 throttle - out is
more  / in is less. Don't get confused and think they work the same, one
controls air and the other fuel. Now you may say what does it matter? Since
they control they first 1/8 of the air/fuel circuit they have a major effect
on idling and throttle response. If you notice a slight delay ( or bog) when
you first squeeze the throttle , try turning the screws 1/4 to 1/2 turn (1/8
of a turn at a time) in either direction to see if you can eliminate it.