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> Idle adjustment screw.

> On most engines, you need a tachometer and a milliamp meter to adjust
> it.  A CO meter helps - a Colortune plug will do at a pinch (and is
> always preferable to a Gunson CO meter).

What do you need the milliamp meter for? And why a CO meter? I understand
that CO = low oxygen, but why wouldn't the engine compensate for that, and
put in less fuel, or open the throttle a little?

Thanks for the info!
brooks		-fort collins/laporte area, n. colorado-
[ brooks@frii.com    '89.5 200Q @ 1.8    S&W Sigma 9F 17+1 ]