I'm going to be taking a trip up to the mountains in southern Utah this weekend, and since this is probably the last time i'll be able to make it up there before it snows, I don't want to bother with a full re-jet of my carb. When I have gone up there in the past, I have left my jetting stock, and while it ran decently, it was definetly too rich. Would it be worth it for me to raise the clip on my needle a spot or two when I go up there? Or should I not even bother? My main goal is no not have to deal with a fouled plug while I'm out in the middle of no where (i've heard you can foul a plug on a long down hill from being jetted too rich at altitude). I'm going to be riding anywhere from just about 9000' to well over 10000' Thanks.