All you really needed to do is gain access to the fuel screw
Easier said than done. [sm=yikesomg.gif]
That requires taking the bike down to free up the carb.
Then you have to remove the carburator.
Then drill out the metal "smog anti-alteration" plug.
Once that is done, you will have access to the screw, which can then be adjusted.
The say a prayer that you dont brake anything when you put it back together again.
Much to much work for my lazy butt.
I got this off ebay. Any of them should be fine.
You can also get them at dealers that sell power-sport equipment like jetskis and snowmobiles.