Alan Nicholls metrogtiguy at
Sun Mar 14 22:17:02 PDT 2010

Yep, the shims do go above the clip.  They take up the space between the
plastic bridge thing and the needle.  The stock needles have thick heads on
them to take up that space.  If you have shims, they are definitely
dynojet.  Stock needles are one piece, and not adjustable.  With my kit, I
had to put 2 shims above the needle on all of the carbs.  Make sure you have
all 8 in there :)

On Sun, Mar 14, 2010 at 11:42 PM, schnowz <schnowz at> wrote:

> I just checked the Dynojet web site and they are calling for shims ABOVE
> the clip. That doesn't seem right. I only have one under the clip now, but
> this gives the needle quite a bit of upwards movement (play).
> See page 2 of this link
> How do I tell if I have Dynojets?. The main is a 108 so I think it maybe it
> is.
> Confused...

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