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dbehr624

GYTR -VS- ZipTy

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the price, and the feel. Get the screw with the biggest end to turn. it will make adjustment easier with your gloves on.

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I'd say one is red and the other is blue, but I don't think that's what you wanted to hear.

ZipTy has very visible numbering making it perhaps easier to adjust :crazy:

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ditto on the stealth...i ordered one and wham...it was in the mailbox, it also has an extra o-ring, i also ordered there spring kit, its a little stiffer to help prevent screw from backing out

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Are any of the above staying in the carb? I have one and it keeps backing it's self out so I drilled a hole in the end of it and wire tied it to the bracket holding the idle adjustment but it's still a pain to untie the wire to adjust. Anyone having any luck with them not backing out?

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Definitely go with Stealth Racing on the Air/Fuel screw. It is a solid, top quality product. I have had two Zip-Ty screws and one Stealth. I will only buy Stealth going forward for my bikes.

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Skip them both and go with these guys. http://stealthracingtech.com/

Cheaper, awesome service and a great product. :crazy::ride:

Well, not cheaper but definitely looks like a better product.

If I ever have a reason to change my Zipty out I will go with one of those. Thanks, :ride:

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