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Old 02-15-2011, 06:09 PM
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It is not as hard as it sounds to take out the shims.
If you can do a top end job, you could do it....

I did and got exactly what I wanted, more off idle grunt - a lot more !

If you have a good single-taper carb needle, like a CCK, it will be controllable,
too ! Not a wild hit, but more immediate, but still smooth, power off idle.

Same top end as the power valve ultimately ends up in the same place.....

Many thanks to Racer101 for the investigation and tip !

Jeff in Tahoe.
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