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I apologize for the confusion. Yes, you count from the top or blunt end of the needle. Thus, as you move the clip from the #4 to the #5 notch you raise the tapered needle higher in relation to the constant diameter of the Needle jet. This allows more fuel to flow into the engine causing a richer fuel/air mixture upon combustion.

Be prepared to go to the next size larger Pilot jet.

Don't get discouraged. Working on jetting builds character.

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