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post #1 of 42 (permalink) Old 03-25-2018, 04:32 PM Thread Starter
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Discovered a large, knurled adjustment screw going into my IAC that isn't shown on any of the mfr's parts diagrams. Anybody know what it is?

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Discovered a large, knurled adjustment screw going into my IAC that isn't shown on any of the mfr's parts diagrams. Anybody know what it is?
Aftermarket adjustable IAC. Check LLoydz page & see if it looks same.

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Discovered a large, knurled adjustment screw going into my IAC that isn't shown on any of the mfr's parts diagrams. Anybody know what it is?
That's part of a Lloydz Motorworks IAC valve. You can adjust it to eliminate exhaust popping (from deceleration)

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Meant to delete. Yes, found the ad on the Lloyd's page. I have a lot of backfiring, not decel pop. Maybe that's why.

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That's part of a Lloydz Motorworks IAC valve. You can adjust it to eliminate exhaust popping (from deceleration)
If one has decel popping, do you turn the screw in (clockwise) or out? I'm asking for a very close friend.

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Meant to delete. Yes, found the ad on the Lloyd's page. I have a lot of backfiring, not decel pop. Maybe that's why.
If it's backfiring when you first open throttle, it's prob lean & need to close it a little, or could be any number of other things.

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If one has decel popping, do you turn the screw in (clockwise) or out? I'm asking for a very close friend.
I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but I do not have the valve myself, so I do not know the particulars. Lo siento, señor
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Contact Lloydz and I am sure they will be happy to advise you of proper procedures to adjust it.
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Adjusted it to several positions. Doesn't seem to do squat.

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I turmed my one ALL OPEN, and left it for years like that .... If i close it the RPM changed ....

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