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LTD440 - Air adjustment screw (not sure what it's called) 29 Nov 2020 12:35 #839198

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Hi,

On my LTD440, I can't seem to find the screw to adjust the air. A friend of mine told me it might be hidden because of EU regulations, requiring me to have to drill through a metal plate in order to get to it. Is he right?

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LTD440 - Air adjustment screw (not sure what it's called) 29 Nov 2020 13:15 #839202

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This tutorial has some relevant information about how to uncover your pilot screws.

zeus.mtsac.edu/~cliff/storage/gs/Mikuni_...Rebuild_Tutorial.pdf

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LTD440 - Air adjustment screw (not sure what it's called) 30 Nov 2020 05:28 #839220

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Nessism wrote: This tutorial has some relevant information about how to uncover your pilot screws.

zeus.mtsac.edu/~cliff/storage/gs/Mikuni_...Rebuild_Tutorial.pdf


Very helpful, thanks a lot!

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LTD440 - Air adjustment screw (not sure what it's called) 30 Nov 2020 06:33 #839223

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Try looking at the Carburetor Parts diagram for your motorcycle at Partzilla or Cmsnl.com.

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