The manual I'm working from is genuine Yamaha for the TT350S. The XT350 has got the same carbies as the TT350 I'm working on even if the jetting is varied slightly. If the Clymer manual gives the correct on-bike fuel height as 6.0mm +/- 0.5mm below the bowl mating surface level then the correct off-bike / bench setting for the float height is 26.0mm +/- 2.5mm above the inverted metal face of the carbie body.
Leave the central "tang" alone and set each float height individually by bending the float plate arms. Use two pairs of pliers as I described earlier. This individual adjustment corrects any dislevellment / height diferences between the twin floats and ensures the float assembly rotates smoothly around the fixed float assembly shaft/pin
Perhaps the Clymer manual lost something in the translation
Lenz1 screwed with this post 11-27-2012 at 02:30 AM