This may be a real noob question....but here goes anyway. I am in the process of doing the standard carb mods and re-jetting my new 2001 Adventure. So far I have raised the needle to the 4th position and drilled the slide. I have also set the fuel screw to 2.5 turns out. I am currently waiting on my new 27.5 pilot jet and assortment of main jets. I decided that while I am waiting, I might as well pull the bowl off and take a look. I loosened the carb clamps and rotated it as far as I could, and I can plainly see the main jet. However, I cannot make out where the pilot jet resides. I see in my manual that it should be pretty close to the main, but all I can see is the various plastic tubing. Is it possible to swap the pilot without removing the carb? I checked the index, but I don't see anything that mentions it. Maybe I am just an idiot. Also, I am running the snorkle in, but getting the high flow side cover. I have the stock exhaust, but I cored the silencer and will be running an extra 6 disks or so. I am thinking of changing the stock 142.5 main for a 155 to see how that works. Does this seem reasonable? One jetting thread I found says to start with a 150 or 152.5, and another thread sounded like I should probably be closer to 160. (I am probably 500-1,000 ft above sea level). Any insight would be appreciated.