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Actually it isn't that big of a deal to not have the fuel screw, the screw that is in there is the torque and controls the torque rise, if someone has taken the time to do that properly then it is most likely tuned properly and should be okay.
Second thought, detune it, it can be done with that screw alone; I wouldn't want a driver that doesn't watch gauges burning it up.
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