So I have an 86 XR200 that I've installed had a moose racing air filter on it when I got it. Everything else seems to be stock. For some reason the Pilot Screw has to be turned out to like 5.5 turns. When I got the bike it had a factory 38 pilot jet so I thought I would try a 40 and even with the 40 pilot jet in I couldn't really turn the screw down that much. I guess what my question is should I get a larger size pilot jet so I can turn the pilot screw down? The bike seems to run pretty well so what would I gain with a larger pilot jet? Is it just important to have the screw set at a certain limit or is it just a starting guideline. From what Ive read about setting the pilot jet it is never really clear and the service manual is not really clear either. Basically I warm the bike up and set the idle control to where I think it should be. Screw the pilot jet in until the motor dies. Note the position. Set it back at factory position. Restart the bike. Turn it out until the bike stops. Note the position. Then split the difference. Is this correct? Any input would be appreciated.