First of all, thanks for the nice tutorial with pictures on carb repair. It works out nicely that my motor is a 92 40 horse, and the one in the tutorial is a 92 70 horse, both Johnsons, so the carbs are almost identical. First, my problem. The motor is very hard to start, if it will start at all. Gas/oil mixture bubbles up out of the water after a few seconds of cranking. I checked for spark, and spark is good, and it's getting air as I manually held it at WOT with the cover off to try and get it to fire at the boat ramp. So my next step was to rebuild the carbs. I got two OEM carb kits from the marina and am following your instructions in the tutorial. That's where I realized my problem might have just been an adjustment. My question is about the low speed adjustment screw, and the directions with picture 9 in the tutorial. It says that the "common" adjustment is to lightly seat the screw all the way down, then back out 1 1/2 turns. I tightened mine down to where it was seated so I would know how far out it was to begin with. That way I could put it back to the same place when I put it back in. It took 2 3/4 turns to seat it lightly. Could this be why it was flooding out so bad, or should I leave it at this adjustment when I reassemble everything? If there is any more information you need I'll be happy to provide it. Thanks in advance.