[Vwdiesel] Max fuel screw, which one?
swright at zuiko.sls.bc.ca
Tue Jun 8 20:35:03 EDT 2004
On 8 Jun 2004 at 8:08, H.Hagar <h_hagar at prcn.org> wrote:
> Piece of cake to recognize ------
> Welcome to the Hillbilly tuning class. (You may never look back (and see smoke)
> It is the only screw with both slot and hex for adjusting. ---It has a SS round
> sleeve spot welded to thread . It has a big locknut you must loosen before
> adjusting. the slot points towards left front wheel.
> Call it the Fueling screw ---- and in your case turn it to the left " OUT "
> -----it is RH thread. . It is SUPER sensitive so do it in little steps..
> Start with 1/8 of a turn . To get it as good as mine may take 10 or more
> For a wife ? -- get it lean and no smoke. In BC we like to see the landscape.
> When I first came to BC I bumped in to Chief Dan George "Little big man" and
> as we sat on the dock in Steveston --he said ---its going to rain. Sun was
> shining and all was fine. I said how do you know ? ---he said you can see
> Mt.Baker . And indeed we could ----and she was gorgeous.. So what if we could
> not see Baker ? ---I asked ---- well he said ---then it IS raining.
> I can see the Comox glacier right now ----WOW. what a day.
> PS: Screw is drilled and may be locked with lockwire. Factory set for a certain
> engine it will be locked. Just cut wire off. But do not remove stop sleeve.
Thanks, I found it this morning just before going to work. I gave it a half turn out and the
wife noticed no difference. Tonight maybe I'll try it out a bit... too hot here right now -
about 30C. Why not remove the stop sleeve? I assume that's to prevent too much fuel? I
tried to turn it in, but the sleeve stopped it after about 1/8 turn, so I assume this meant I
was near max fuel (according to factory). This is original engine, but pump was replaced
by dealer years ago, possibly under warranty.
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