No, #6 is the plug that is removable to acces the main jet, we are talking about a plug that covers the idle mixture screw (fuel screw in this case, I believe) to keep us from tampering with it.1Adam12 said:http://www.pro-flo.com/images/pwm.gif
#6 is the plug and once you pull that out, the pilot screw is there for you.
Thanks, I know where you are talking about. I thought that probably was it, but wanted confirmation before I starting pulling plugs......CCWKen said:On the CVK 34's the plug is right next to the vaccum port. The vaccum port is near the engine side (carb outlet). To get my aluminum plug out, all I did was tap a #4 wood screw into it, give it turn and pull. Mine was about 2mm thick and the screw didn't even go through. (Left a dimple on the other side.) I reused the plugs by giving them a tap on the dimple with a pin punch to flaten a little. Set with thread lock or super glue.
Forgot to mention:
The plug is about 7mm in diameter and flat. It does not look like a ball or BB plug.
Also causes fuel to spill out the over flow tube...............CCWKen said:The adjustment screw under the seal is for low speed adjustment. If you have to lean the carbs below about 2 turns out, you have an enrichment problem.
. With a non-closing float valve, you'll get cylinder wash down and a crankcase full of gas.