One screw per carb, part # 16014 on this diagram. http://www.cheapcycleparts.com/model...rburetor-parts
Turn in for less fuel/more air, out for more fuel/less air. I recommend you turn both all the way in and then back each out 2-1/2 turns to start so you know right where each one is set.
It has two carbs,does it not? They may be sealed with lead if it's stock, as they want to discourage you from messing with it. What makes you think it needs to be richer? Have you modified the exhaust or air?
Here are images showing where the pilot screw is-
04 1500 Classic
Sissy bar, luggage rack,
light bar, 2" risers,
Isogrips, Fatbar crashbars,
offset hiway pegs, tank bib,
new brake pedal, throttle lock,
Cobra Lowboy Shotgun pipes,
Baron's Big Air relocated right side,
tombstone tail light,forkbag,
detachable hard leather bags,
alarm, power port, clock,
and a cool cupholder
Last edited by PatC; 06-28-2012 at 12:55 AM.