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    1200r high/low speed adjusters

    Hello all. I rebuilt the carbs on my 1200r and didn't pay attention to where the high and low speed screws go. (Big facepalm I know!). Anyway, gonna do the carb mods to it, and I want to ensure I have everything correct. As always, any help and insight is greatly appreciated


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    If I remember correctly I dont think its even possible to get the highs and lows switched out due to the length of the needles. I may be wrong though.

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    They are of different size.

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    The screws in the sbn's are different. The I body carb screws are the same thread, different length. I did find the answer in one of OSB'S stickies. Long screw on top, SS screw on bottom.

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