|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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Motion Pro Pilot Screw Adjusting Tool 08-0119
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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.Read more ›
Will add this to my collection of tools that probably won't get used unless I buy something with a larger carb.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Did not work for a 1991 Kawasaki Voyager XII 1200. Seems like good quality though.Published 2 days ago by Joahnny Ramirez
Over the years I've used several Motion Pro products but this one literally lasted bout ten minutes. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Caleb Vann
Worked great to get at my ATV carburetor adjustment screw. I really like that the end of the tool can be adjusted in and out to suit the specific screw.Published 29 days ago by Donald Grasser
What a cheap piece of s***. Rendered unusable after one time with *gentle* use. The connection between the handle and the drive slipped and pulled apart completely.Published 1 month ago by AaronH
Broke the first time I used it. Don't waste your money. Great concept but poorly crimped together. No starsPublished 1 month ago by cathey levy