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What is the pilot screw setting for a 2006 big bear 400 4x4

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Hi tommy the pilot screw setting for your big bear should be ( one and a half to two turns out..first turn the screw all the way in until it stops ..do not force the pilot screw in .just turn it in until it stops with with light presure ..try that and see how you go ..i hope this helps you

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