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running straight lpgan tunning in mixer etc

ok asthe title says lm running straight lpg on my toy an l finally got it running , the problem is the idle is hi on it being a auto.lve change th timming aliitle 1 way it revs to hi an the other its fine. The idle on the throtal body is way out to where idle screw is almost out of it thread. it revs at 1300 rpms in park netural but in drive around 1000 so if l go to retard the idle an put it in drive it runs rough as a dog an almost cutsout.
there is a massive smell of gas and if lgo t touch the mixer screw on the 300a mixer sitting on the throtal body it friggingoes funny. How do l drop the revs down an get rid of the smell of gas an where is the lean rich screw meant to sit? l have the old push pull snorkel that sat upon my carby when duel fueld an had to take the mixer of it an put on the throtal body as the original was buggerd an its the same an ran sweet when duel fueld please help asits killing me not knowing how to fixthis thing an sto the smeel of gas an it idleing hi as hell there is a vid called fire in the hole in this link Pictures by 351p6replica - Photobucket you will hear it an sorry for the sound as its distorted an no mufflers an you should seethe gas system as well oh an l aint using that convertor in pic lm using a B2 if u happen to look at the link an is the B2 ok for this

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