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Motion Pro Pilot Screw Adjusting Tool 08-0119

3.5 out of 5 stars 41 customer reviews
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  • Fits most applications Features an angled head for those hardtoreach pilot screws Sold individually
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Technical Details

Brand Motion Pro
Item Weight 12.8 ounces
Product Dimensions 20.1 x 3.8 x 0.6 inches
Manufacturer Part Number 08-0119
Vehicle Service Type all-terrain-vehicles;utility-vehicles;street-sport-motorcycles;off-road-motorcycles;street-cruiser-motorcycles;street-touring-motorcycles;street-motor-scooters;snowmobiles;marine-personal-craft

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ASIN B000WJBMQK
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3.5 out of 5 stars 41 customer reviews

3.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #21,251 in Automotive (See top 100)
#19 in Automotive > Motorcycle & ATV > Fluids & Maintenance > Tool Kits
#360 in Automotive > Motorcycle & ATV > Accessories
Shipping Weight 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First Available January 30, 2007

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Fits most applications Features an angled head for those hardtoreach pilot screws Sold individually

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So I've been working on cars and motorcycles for over 10 years now and have used many general purpose tool in my day and a few specialty tools so I know a few things that make a shade-tree mechanic happy. For such delicate work as adjusting the air/fuel mixture screws I expected a little more from this tool, especially at the price. The tool is so worthless I ended up finding a very small flat-head screw driver and adjusting the screws. The tool allows no tactile feedback which IMHO is very important, the notch to count the turns of the screw is pointless, the thing binds up when engaging the screwdriver portion, and will not stay engaged to even turn the air/fuel screw. Based on reviews on other websites I expected more but got much less. I retrospect I should have found the baby screwdriver in the first place but hind site is 20/20.
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Great tool for the job. Works exactly as advertised. I restore vintage Japanese motorcycles and use this to set the pilot circuit (idle mixture) screws on the carb banks.
Sometimes these screws have limiter caps on them and sometimes the limiter caps are removed to allow for more adjustment range. This tool works for either the ones with the limiter caps on them or those with the caps removed. With the caps removed, the smaller head of the pilot screws fit down nicely into the recessed shroud on the tip of the tool. When the limiter caps are still on the screws you just need to adjust the adjustable collar on the tool (just below the hand grip) so that the tip of the screwdriver can be pushed/extended out past the recessed shroud. That allows you to fit the screw driver tip into the slot on the pilot screw and adjust it. Just takes a bit more care to hold the tool on the screw when adjusting.
I don't understand the reviews that say there is no adjustment to extend the tip out of the tool farther. There is. The adjustable collar just below the hand grip has an allen wrench fitting that allows you to loosen the collar, slide the tip further out of the tool, and then tighten the collar back up with the provided allen wrench.
Also counting the turns you are putting on the pilot screws is pretty easy. Not sure why some say it's not. The tool has a mark on it so that you have an index to show you where you started, so you can count the number of times you pass that mark, one time for each full 360 degree turn. The mark is a bit hard to see so I've highlighted it with a yellow grease pencil (china marker). I've also put two yellow marks on the adjustable collar each 180 degrees apart. The collar turns when you turn the screwdriver handle.
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Excellent screwdriver for adjusting the pilot jet screws on my GSF1200. Takes a bit of getting used to as there is not a lot of feedback, you have to be really careful and pay attention to what you're doing.
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i purchased this to sync my carb's and amazon showed this tool would work for pilot adjustment on a 1996 honda shadow ace vt1100. it does not work on that model bike. very misleading and a waste of money.
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This is the tool I was looking for, except that its a bit too wide, and the tip is too short to reach the adjustment screws on my Yamaha V-Star 1100.

Will add this to my collection of tools that probably won't get used unless I buy something with a larger carb.
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this is the perfect tool to adjust the idle mixture on my 1988 kawasaki 250 eliminator. push the handle in to make sure the blade matches the idle screw slot, then push the body up flush to the carb body and then turn the handle left or right coundn't be any easier. oh, don't forget the tach.
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I eventually got the job done with this tool, but it's not a slam dunk. The bit can be hard to align and keep on the slot on the mixture screw. It is very difficult to know the turn-count on the screw with any certainty. I had some success with it, but in the end fabricated my own "super stubby" that I wound up using. The uncertainty about the number of turns put on with this tool is the worst part.
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The spinning tip sticks out of what I am calling the seat as it is supposed to sit on the flange surrounding the recessed pilot screw. The tip does not stick out of the seat far enough to reach the pilot screw on my 2005 Polaris Sportsman (Mikuni 34 BST carburetor). There is no adjustment to make the tip stick out farther, so I've wasted my money.
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