32. Then remove the two bolts on top of the carb here and then flip the carb over. Fuel will come out so make sure you have a catch can or a large stainless bowl to catch the fuel. Six bolts hold the rest of the carb together from the bottom. Then the carb should split apart, but do not pry on any surface of the carb. If the carb sticks together then you can use a small soft rubber hammer or the plastic handle end of a screwdriver to gently tap the exterior of the carb. Note: make sure you have all the bolts out before taping on the carb. Metering rods and springs can be adjusted from the top of the carb to help tune the primary side.