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    1995 TigerShark Monte Carlo carb setting

    I bought a TS Monte Carlo and I need to adjust the carb, in the service manual says low 1 and high 1, went to SBT.com and it says low 1 hush no adjustment, what should I do and what does it mean by no adjustment, do u just close the high to 0. Any help will be great, thanks

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    Re: 1995 TigerShark Monte Carlo carb setting

    High no adjustment on sbt website
    Last edited by Fonchy; 06-03-2018 at 11:31 AM.

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    Re: 1995 TigerShark Monte Carlo carb setting

    Some carbs have no high speed adjuster. If yours has high speed adjusters, use what the service manual says.

    My 1998, dual carb 770's have no high speed adjusters.
    2, 1998 TS 770 L, restored and running great. (Except for the one with engine that SBT put the WRONG crankshaft bearing into and is now sitting as I collect repair parts)

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    Re: 1995 TigerShark Monte Carlo carb setting

    thanks. I went to the lake this afternoon and is not keeping idle and is hard to start Mine does so I’m going to go with it and do 1 turn like the manual says, so I’m going to try that if not I’m going to rebuild it, what do u think

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    Re: 1995 TigerShark Monte Carlo carb setting

    Keep in mind the carb settings in any manual represent what the factory set to, when the machine was new and everything was in spec. You may have to vary things a bit to cover wear-and-tear.

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