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    Air bleed screws

    I have '72 S with MFI.
    Could you give me an idea how the air bleed screws work.
    I understand they control the quantity of the inlet air only at the idle speed. But according to "Check,Measure,Adjust", we have to sunchronize them at 3000 rpm. ????
    Thanks advance.

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    Roland Kunz

    Bypass on the trottle bodys ?


    Do you mean the bypass screws at the throttle bodys ?


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    Re: Bypass on the trottle bodys ?

    Air bleed screws are six screws mounted at the bottom of the intake stack.

    Thank you

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