As I was looking at my bike again today, I noticed the majority of phillips (JIS) screws on my carbs are chewed up, they're not even the right ones, and I wondered if anyone had swapped them out with screws of a more modern design. For anyone reading this who doesn't know what I'm getting at, say you're building a deck at your house. With phillips or square drive heads, the torque required to drive the screw is so close to the limit of what that style can handle, you'll end up stripping screw heads out frequently. With a T25 torx head, the design can handle enough torque to actually break the screw shank, and the result is you can drive boxes of T25 torx head screws without stripping a single one. My 85 maxim x also has allen head bolts on it, I'm definitely not a fan of those either. I believe the highest torque capacity design for a bolt or screw is an external drive, like what a 12 point socket fits over, not an internal spline like a torx head. I just mentioned the T25 torx head deck screws because they're the best design for that particular application. Anyway, I'll probably end up replacing the JIS head screws with something else if I can find it, I just figured I'd ask here to see if any of you guys have done that too.