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Old 04-12-2016
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2009 Husky WR300 mixture problem

My WR300 runs great on the open tracks, but after a long down hill or tight singles it will sometimes stall and be a real bastard to re-start. Usually have to take out plug and give it a blow and then it will re-start first kick. It is wet when I pull it out.
It is obviously running too rich and loading up, but is this a Pilot screw problem or should I drop the needle one click.
All you smoker experts, pls tell me what to do. And, no, I dont want to buy a 4 stroke.
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First check the float height, it may be too high. If that's ok then try adjusting the airscrew out 1/4 turn at a time. If you end up with the screw over 2 1/2 turns out try one size smaller pilot jet and start again with the screw 1 1/2 turns out.

There's a lot of info on forum "cafehusky".
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