Originally Posted by Brypoint
Well someone correct if I'm wrong but I believe the pilot jet is only for idle and low rpm's. So while this may give you trouble at low RPM's you may have a different high rpm problem. I just thought of something else how are the hoses and connections to your secoundary carb doing? Is the diaphram in good shape? Maybe the trouble is in their. If the secondary isn't working properly this would give you high rpm issues. But the rich enviroment is troubling me too.
I just replaced at the hoses and recleaned the carbs. Put about half a tank worth of riding on it then filled the tank. That's when I had problems. That is the same pump I filled at the last two or three times, without major problems.
The way my Honda guy (Small engines tech at my work) and I thought about the pilot is that it is low RPM. BUT! If it's rich and idle and low RPM (mine is) it can get worse on the top end. SO, I am thinking I need to fix the low end to have a better top end, then fix that.
Does that make sense, or are we tarded?