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Hey I just got an 04 grizzly 450, first night I took it out I noticed that the air box was not sealed. flooded the bike even tho it is snorkeled. got it fixed and decided to do a carburetor rebuild kit. I think I made a mistake bike wont idle and if I accelerate it the bike bogs and shuts off, think it could be the air fuel mixture screw on the bottom of the carb motor side, but Im not sure. Can anybody help out was planning on going out tomorrow morning.???
 

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Hey I just got an 04 grizzly 450, first night I took it out I noticed that the air box was not sealed. flooded the bike even tho it is snorkeled. got it fixed and decided to do a carburetor rebuild kit. I think I made a mistake bike wont idle and if I accelerate it the bike bogs and shuts off, think it could be the air fuel mixture screw on the bottom of the carb motor side, but Im not sure. Can anybody help out was planning on going out tomorrow morning.???
Try 2 and a half turns out... Pray for a fricken miracle. .. might be jetted too rich if it was leaking air before and now its sealed up good ,,, did u remove snorkel ?
Were u under throttle when sucked water ?
Change oil ? Ten times ? Lol
 

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Welcome from Colorado.
If the float level is right, try turning the A/F screw to the right until softly seated, then back to the left 2.5 turns. See how it runs and if rough, repeat the soft seating to the right, then to the left 2.0 turns to feel the difference. Work in this range.
If it runs better work on the idle.
 

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Hey guys apparently the bike was previously over jetted, if that's what you call it. Cleaned and replaced the jets that where on there before i put the factory jets that came with the rebuild kit, and TaDa purring like a kitten.
 
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