Sud/Sprint/33 Lounge Winner 09
Join Date: Oct 2001
Location: United Kingdom
When i start the process i first make sure the air bleed screws are all the way in-so no air can get past,i then screw the idle mixture screws all the way in and then wind them out 2.5 full turns.This gives a base setting.Obviously the way i have described above will not be as accurate as using a syncronisation device,but it gives pretty good results.You will need a co2 meter to get the idle mixture absolutely correct-it should be 3.5% for the 1.5 QV engine at tickover.When i got my sprint the idle screws and air bleed screws were all in very different settings and the car was a pig to drive-the previous owner had tried to adjust them himself and new very little about cars let alone how to set-up a pair of Dellorto's,and just by doing the above the car now drives competely differently-it is almost spot on-but not quite!I use the above method because it saves me money and also half the 'monkeys' in car garages nowdays have never even seen a pair of twin choke carbs let alone worked with them.Good luck with your new 'toy'when you get it!
ps. i would pop over and give you a hand,but then i wouldnt make it to the pub tonite [img]smilies/biggrin.gif[/img]