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Anybody have the part number for the pilot air screw from Sudco?

If I'm reading right the part number for the EMM needle is 017-261.

The number for the 38 pilot jet is 019-511.

I know it won't matter if I get the pilot air screw, but Sudco doesn't list a pilot air jet. A 70 pilot air jet is reccommended with the mods I want to do. What other name does Sudco use for the pilot air jet?

I have a 2001 DRZ400E. Has a full pro circuit silencer and header. Chucked the snorkle in the parts bin. Also running a uni air filter. I've read the unofficial DRZ400 site and want to get rid of the coast enrichner. I've also searched the jetting forum and did a search here for jetting. I've came up with anywhere from a 155 main jet all the way up to a 165 main jet with those mods. Which main jet should I go with?

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The part number for the PAS is KE 021.230. Their description is 1014-817 A/SCRW. All for a grand total of $5.78.

As far as the needle is concerned and main jet you might email James Dean or Burned and ask for their help. Both are very helpful.

I am in the process of installing a JD carb kit in my 02 E model. Still trying to run the stock pipe.

Hope this helps, Mike c

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