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    Access to 951 High Speed Mixture Screws

    Anyone have any tricks for accessing,adjusting the high speed mixture while the carbs are in the ski? (2000 XPL) The little black plastic caps are off and I have been having to remove the carbs everytime I need to make an adjustment. I have tried mirrors,borescopes an I just cant get a screwdriver on them with them installed. I am so close to having this dialed in and Im sick of removing the carbs...


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    Usually the rear is the hardest to get access to due to the accelerator pump arm. When you have the carbs off next get some T handle adjusters they make it much easier ,
    but if not you can get a small length of rubber hose and slide it over the head of the screws(has to be a tight fit) and then you can get a small screw driver and run it inside the hose perfectly to the screw head.
    The hose has to be short enough to clear the throttle arm and accelerator pump arm.

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    If i knew,...I wouldn't ask sea-one's Avatar
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    yep. just a pain in the ass.......

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    You're better off leaving them closed and changing the jet instead.

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    Jets are changed. Read the end of the restore thread in my signature.

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    you do know about the right angle carb screwdriver right?..in any case 951 carbs are punishment for somebody having a bad drive to work at BRP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alpheus View Post
    Jets are changed. Read the end of the restore thread in my signature.
    I'm only seeing a discussion about cleaning mildew.

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    Check post # 103 on page 11. That will tell you the jetting story.

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