bigger pilot jet?
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    Member DDavis's Avatar
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    Mar 2011
    Portland, Tx
    I have a 95 TW that I've started to hollow out and done some other tuning as well. I've gone up two sizes on the main jet from a #114 to a #118 ( I live in south texas). Should I go a bit bigger on the pilot jet as well?

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    Senior Member PJungnitsch's Avatar
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    Jul 2010
    1996 TW200 Edmonton, AB
    I've done it, but just opening up the pilot screw a few turns gets you close enough I think.

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    Senior Member sorethumb's Avatar
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    Bluffton, SC
    I went from 114 to 118. No change to pilot jet. 2.5 turns out on the screw.
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    Banned qwerty's Avatar
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    NW Tennessee
    I've never had to change a TW pilot jet. Opening the pilot screw 2 to 3 turns has always been enough once the main jet and needle height were sorted out.

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