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standard pilot screw 95 900rr

does anyone out there know what the standard settings are on the 1995 fireblade's pilot screws? i've searched everywhere on the net and can not find a thing about it. its like the 95 model is the red headed step son that no one wants to know about
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a ginger sportbike? lol
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Re: standard pilot screw 95 900rr

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does anyone out there know what the standard settings are on the 1995 fireblade's pilot screws? i've searched everywhere on the net and can not find a thing about it. its like the 95 model is the red headed step son that no one wants to know about
3 turns out from the factory. Some people like to run it a little leaner at 2.5 I would start with 3 and see how it feels to you.
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Re: standard pilot screw 95 900rr

thanks very much mate, i think this might be causing my dirty plugs issues. the problems seems to be happening at very light throttle openings, ie, just taking off lightly. i figure that whoever put on the slip on exhaust hasnt adjusted this correctly, so im going to look into it and make sure its at factory, and if not, back it off a touch.

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