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hey guys, im having a problem, see i have a jet kit and i cant ajust the fuel ratio because i cant find the pilot screw on my 2005 rubi. now i asked dynojet and they sent me a skimatic of a 2004 and still it wasnt the same, i asked my dealer as well and they didnt even know what i was talking about and they still dont even have the in detail service manual. thanks for any tips you guys can give me .
 

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are you sure its the pilot jet you want to change?
 

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are you sure its the pilot jet you want to change?
whats up man, see what it show in the original sheet is that i have to ajust the fuel mixture and it says to ajust the pilot screw
 

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yeah you dont want to be messing with the pilot jet. You want to adjust the fuel mixture screw. It should be a screw on the outside of the carb.
 

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yeah you dont want to be messing with the pilot jet. You want to adjust the fuel mixture screw. It should be a screw on the outside of the carb.
that is what i thought, ive changed my jetting on my 400ex over a hundred times and i never touched the pilot screw but dynojet said i had to adjust it in order to adjust the fuel mixture. oh ya were is the fuel mixture screw because mine has a cover were it would be on the 2004
 

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If its the same as the 500 Foreman its on the bottom of the carb. And you will need a special screwdriver, That should have come in your jet kit, to adjust it. It is resessed into the car a bit, so you can not see it from the side.
 

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If its the same as the 500 Foreman its on the bottom of the carb. And you will need a special screwdriver, That should have come in your jet kit, to adjust it. It is resessed into the car a bit, so you can not see it from the side.
thanks man thats what it looks like exactly, a matter afact i just finished rejetting it and bringing it down from a 155 main jet to a 150 main jet then i added a extra washer to the nedle now its running harder and better.
 
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