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2004 xc 700 carb base settings

so i don't have a manual for this sled yet, does anyone know the baseline settings for the airscrew and the fuel screw? i got the jet sizes from a parts site, but this carb has an extra air screw i am not familiar with so on the outside it has the fuel screws with the plastic knurled knob and small brass screws near the air horn where the airbox sits thanks

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fuel screw is 2.5 turns out from seated and the air screw the brass one is 1.25 turns out from seated.
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The pilot air jet (front of the carb) is a fixed jet that supplies air to the pilot jet. To change the air to the pilot jet, you would need to replace the pilot air jet with one that is bigger (more air) or smaller (less air). The base line for the fuel screw adjuster is 1 1/2 turns out, but you can go as many as 3 1/2 to tune.

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like pp said i have a small brass adjustable screw on the side of the carb as well as the fuel screw. i had not seen one with this before so i just wanted the base setting for it thanks guy's this site is awsome

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by the way so far ireally like this 700

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