There is no air screw per-say.
Disagree. We haven't lost that screw since the Linkert or before that carb design. We have air screws on FI throttle bodies. I believe they (air screws) are forever?
When you open the throttle, it pretty much cancels out this "jet".
When I throw the fan switch to high, does one of your nostrils cancel out? Nope. Will it cancel out a jet hole? You need to show it to me; is that spider door you be knocking on is that symbol on my gas tank.
Same principle some have explained here with the power commander to eliminate the backfire on decel by richening up the 0 throttle range at high RPM. The same is what he is saying with that screw...or so I understand anyways...
Don't bring in the pc or I'll bring in PAIR and we have yet to put my video together with the popping, the AFR meter reading leaner: with me coming up with the faster way of turning/tuning the air screws I meguyveered in the video... Once again, connect the dots.
I would have quit long ago, but to get booted off sites, it's always been aboutechilarity. Look, solid-liquid-gas. Lets eliminate the air in a glass. Lets put a solid in there so you can see ratio.
Lets try this one more time
The penultimate number is that liquid filled to the brim no matter how many rocks in the glass vs. water = AFR.
The penultimate number that enters the cylinder chamber is 14.7 minus a ratio say, so it does not confuse you. Now, we toss a rock into the glass and that displaces what was once water (air) so now that rock takes up a ratio.
The 14.7 pressure did not change. It's going to compress the water and rock together. As if you could compress the water and rock in the glass, go ahead, I'll watch. So, did you destroy or create 14.7 is there is no change, you grasp that concept.
Now, add an air screw in the mix. I want air to tumble into the gas and break it up. I do not want a solid steam out the end of my penisay
If I have to use nature for the subject, hello?
Now that you have that image, we piss thru a straw with holes all up that tube. Did I disrupt the solid stream? Yes. So if I could get someone to suck on that straw, change direction meaning, we'd catch air in those straw holes as someone be drinking the acid flow out the bladder, or petcock
We turn the screw out, we add more air that moves faster into the straw holes, rather than a heavy liquid stream trying to squeeze thru a tiny hole. So the air wins being sucked out faster/sooner than gas entering the [closing pressure] of 14.7.
Notice the new fuel to air ratio a screw makes. You can't measure it, but you sure can see it move, if you used an ohm meter hooked up to the, 'stator rotor movement,' meaning, out those wires if you bumped it under 1 degree. Fascinating to watch. After all, WATTS the difference in either movement?