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    High speed screw setting polaris 97 slt.

    I found this in the manual just want to make sure I'm reading it right. This is saying 1/8th turn out from seated for initial setting on the high speed screw. Just seems super small amount to me, don't want to blow it on a whim I might be reading this wrong.
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    Yes this is correct, the 97 models used much larger main jets (125-122.5-130) compared with the 95 & 96 models, those range from 105 to 110's, with todays fuels I would set them to at least 1/4 turn out, a little more(3/8 if you are using fuel with ethanol in it.

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    Thanks appreciate the input. I have them set at 3/8 out, and lows at 1&1/4. Running premix 40:1. I ran 10 hrs after setting the screws and pulled the covers and I think the center is good it matches my thumb nail at least, but the mag and pto I want to lean out 1/8th turn?
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