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    Need info on OKO 28mm carb

    Hi,
    I have a 28mm OKO carb. It does not have a power jet on the inlet side of the carb but for some reason it has a brass spigot mounted on top of the rear portion of the carb outlet that faces the head adjacent to the choke. This brass spigot goes through to a small jet on the outlet side of the carb. What am I supposed to do with this spigot? Connect it to something or block it off? I don't know what the purpose of it is?
    Any advice will be appreciated
    Garry

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    Hey mate, if you can chuck some pics up, that'll tell a million words!
    Cheap bling is always the best type of bling!


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    Hi,

    Attached is a photo of the brass spigot on the outlet side of the carb left of the choke. Hope this helps.
    Cheers
    Garry
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    Hmm looks like it's been blocked with solder??? I'd say probably block it, if you get you air compressor with a nozzle blow in the hole in the guts, try locate where the air passage way is, cheers
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