Ok I spoke to Lonn...and shared some of the concerns brought up.
In regards to dust getting into the Dial-A-Jet, he explained that when propertly installed with the snorkle kit, this should not be an issue. Machines used in dusty conditions should use the snorkle kit to avoid dirt getting dirt into the Dial-A-Jet intake area. He mentioned that though is dust did enter it, it would likely just clog that intake and in turn make the machine run rich.
To his knowledge there has not been an issue of dirt getting into the carbs, they include a tool to make the hole in the carb boot and the Dial-A-Jet needle is passed through there, creating a tight o-ring type fit.
He is supposed to be sending me a dirt wheels article about the unit, which I in turn will share with all of you.
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