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2005 arctic 300 2X4 carb questions


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I assume you are talking about the pilot screw, the best way to set it is to start the machine and let it warm up, then slowly turn the screw inward until the motor starts to stumble, then start turning the screw back out until you reach the highest idle point, when the idle starts to go back down, you have gone too far. Set it at the point where the idle is highest and, if needed, adjust the idle to an appropriate setting.

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