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I'm working on my father inlaws 89 yj he just got it 2 weeks ago and has NEW rally carburetor on it can't find any info on this brand, it is identical to the stock carter nutter bypass already done my problem is while tuning it the idle screws at the base of the carb are seated and that's when it runs the best and still smells rich need some ideas of what I can do to solve this other than swapping the carb do to funds
 

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There are some videos on Youtube on adjusting carbs. You may want to look at those. It's almost a lost art nowadays.

But they may help?


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Just a thought ...

Turn down the idle speed. You may have the butterfly's open far enough that the throttle blades are past the idle ports and your getting fuel from the transition slots.

Turn out the idle screws back out 1.5 turns or so. Turn the idle down to around 700 rpm then see if the idle mixture screws start working.
 
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