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Blata quadard. 2 xhinese copy quads. 3 lucky 7's. 1 lucky 7 trike. 1 cag.
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As above. I bought one a month ago, fitted.perfectly and had a slotted low speed adjuster on top. Bought what I thought was an identical carb and there is no slotted screw on top. Looked like an Allen key but when I tried to turn it a tiny rubber bung came out. Looks like there is a tiny slot inside but don't want to go jamming a screwdriver in there and break anything.
Can any of you lot shed any light on this.
I've included a picture you so you can see what I mean. Thanks in advance.

Max
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You can try and turn it if it won't turn then it's a none adjustable EPA carburetor
 

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Blata quadard. 2 xhinese copy quads. 3 lucky 7's. 1 lucky 7 trike. 1 cag.
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Thanks for the replies guys. There was me thinking all Chinese copies were built the same.
Am I right in thinking that on both of the ones I have the high-speed adjustment is on the side with the sprung screw correct?
Is low speed not that important then? I guess with these things your mostly at WOT throttle anyway aren't you. Anyway thanks again and regardless of adjustment the engine was running OK, just breaking it in for now.

Cheers,

Max
 
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