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might look dumb but . . . how do you reach your fuel screw on the carb . . it right under it , special tool? or is it possible to do it with other tool?
 

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might look dumb but . . . how do you reach your fuel screw on the carb . . it right under it , special tool? or is it possible to do it with other tool?
Replace it with a aftermarket one.
 

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Replace it with a aftermarket one.

i might do that but , the special tool don't not require to remove the carb from the engine i assume ?
 

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Check out the easy adjust fuel screw in the Ktm power parts catalog. Definately one of the nicest that I've seen. Easy to get a hold of, and has an xtra o-ring so it will resist vibrating out like many others will.
 

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Check out the easy adjust fuel screw in the Ktm power parts catalog. Definately one of the nicest that I've seen. Easy to get a hold of, and has an xtra o-ring so it will resist vibrating out like many others will.

i think i know what your talking about

but still , with the ktm fuel ajustment tool . . . do i need to remove the carb to adjust . . cause the tool doesnt look like it's going 90 degre to get the fuel screw
 

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R&D makes a flex one that you can reach easily with out the possibility of burning yourself on the pipe......they way it they got it mounted its virtually impossible to back out
 
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