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Air cleaner in position with air intake vacuum unit and control flap fu nction ing correctly. • Engine at normal operating temperature. (Oil temperature minimum 60 0 C). • Crankcase breather detached (and hose end plugged). • Choke valve fully open. • All electrical components switched off (also air conditioning unit where applicable). • Test instruments (rev-counter and exhaust gas analyser) connected in accordance with manufacturer's instructions. Special Note: If this adjustment fails to produce a satisfactory idle condition with in the specified limits, the basic setting of the Stage 1 throttle valve should be adjusted as described in Section 4.

3. FLOAT LEVEL Specification: X = 50 mm Y = 58mm a) Remove carburettor top cover and float assembly. b) Hold cover vertically so that float arm tab just contacts needle valve without the spring loaded ball being displaced. c) Measure the distance (X, Fig. 7) from the cover to the bottom face of the float, not the float flange. d) I f adjustment is necessary, bend the float tongue A keeping it parallel to the cover. e) Turn the top cover horizontal and allow the float to hang down. Check the distance (Y) between the bottom face of the float and the cover.

Models. • All electrical components switched off. T 1978-80 HIF6 FZX 1271, 1318 • Test instruments (rev-counter and exhaust gas analyser) connected in accordance with manufacturer's instructions. 2 Idle Speed & CO Level Specification: Idle Speed 1,3/1,7 Manual: Automatic: 2,0: CO Level: 750 rpm 850 rpm 650 rpm 2,5± 1,0 % CO a) With choke control cable pushed fully home, check that a small clearance exists between fast-idle adjustment screw and cam (Fig. 4). b) Remove air cleaner. Lift piston with finger and check that it falls freely onto bridge without any tendency to stick or bind when released.

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