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    mikuni SBN 44 question on GP1200R 66V

    I think I may have installed my high and low adjustment screws backwards. Dumping a lot of fuel into exhaust on a fresh carb rebuild. Which screw is longer the high or low?


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    It's a 2002 GP1200R.

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    Yep, they were backwards. Thanks for the info!

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