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Air/fuel Screw

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air fuel screw keeps backing out of my carb even when i have it bottomed out anyone have any tips to keep it in and where i want it?
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The R&D flex jet stays were you put it and its way easier to ajust than reaching under carb to turn
I'm getting one of those R&Ds for sure.

Here's a trick I used for mine, duct tape. Classy. Also, make sure you have 2 o-rings. 1 tiny one at the tip and one back farther where it goes in to the carb. Mine bigger one was pushed down and not holding it in place, so when I'd ride it would just spin out of control under the carb.
WHy does rockymountain only sell them for the KTM and Polaris....J/w I think thats kind of odd?
the same thing happened to me. i went and bought a moose ajustible screw now it works fine :icon_biggrin: you might be missing the spring for the screw also
On the R&D, the ring that holds the adjusting knob by the carb... Is the adjusting knob supposed to be held in that ring or does it not matter?? Mine does not want to stay held in the ring, keeps popping up, and just the rubber line runs through it.

Any ideas?

Did anyone have a problem installing the R&D Flex Jet Fuel Screw?
I just followed the instructions and had no problem installing mine. They areway better than the normal aftermarket fuel screw.
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WHy does rockymountain only sell them for the KTM and Polaris....J/w I think thats kind of odd?[/b]

QUOTE (butch1581 @ Mar 16 2009, 12:38 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=758363
He's talking about the R&D fuel screw not the tusk one.
i have a tusk one works like its supose to . if your haveing trouble with its falling out may be you have it unscrewed it to far that means you need a bigger pilot jet if its in to far in you need a smaller pilot jet but i think you are missing your spirng if it keeps falling out or you have bigger problems
Make sure both o-rings are on correct to. I had a lot of problems with my Tusk and the o-rings not staying where they were supposed to. I'd look down and it would be spinning out of control. I learned a valuable lesson on when not to try and save a few bucks. :strokin:
wow woodward specialties that is a nice deal on your site. i like how it comes with the spring o ring washer and everything needed unlike the gytr needle or other brands. if mine every pops off again im definitly going with that one from you guys.
I had a quick question on the R&D Flex Jet - is one turn of the knob equal to one turn on the air/fuel screw? I was thinking about getting one and was just curious if the linkage makes it different.
Yeah one turn on the knob turns the screw one full time
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