Originally Posted by lackin199
Thanks ill have to try that
do you know where the thing (not sure if it is a screw or not) is to adjust the fuel to air ratio?
Also Where to get some aftermarket parts?
There's no mixture adjustment, only an idle screw. Mixture is a function of carb jetting. Unless you modify the intake/exhaust there's generally no reason to mess with that.
The main jet is inside the carb and accessible when you remove the bowl. Best thing to do is to remove the float, all of the jets and clean everything as thoroughly as possible. Letting everything soak in carb cleaner for an hour or so will usually make things easier. You can use a piece of stiff wire to clean all of the passageways. I used a length of coax cable with the outer layers stripped off and it was a good fit for the pilot jet and the soft copper shouldn't cause any scratches.
For go-faster bits, google LT80 performance and you'll find lots of options. They're not cheap though. It seems like the best bang for the buck is probably new reeds and new sprockets. Midwestmini has those parts and more.