The pilot jet controls fuel flow from idle to 1/4 throttle. The needle jet controls from 1/4 to 3/4 throttle, so depending on just where you are having the problem will determine which jet is too fat,assuming that is actually the problem
You might pull the jet needle out of the carb & see where it is set. Just unscrew the cap on top of the carb & slip the whole assembly out to inspect, being careful not to bend the needle. The stock position is #3 slot. Since there is often some overlap in the throttle positions above and if the needle is in #3 already you might try dropping the needle to #2 slot and test ride. If the needle is in #4 slot from the top, drop it to stock position & test. Then if the problem still occurs,do the above .
If none of that solves the problem pull the pilot jet to see if is stock size or fatter. If fatter buy a stock size & try that. If you have the manual it should give you the stock jet sizes.
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