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I have been testing on my own for some months now, trying to get the bike dialed in after rebuilding it.
It seems to run ok now, but am lacking the lower rpm pull i used to have. It is much stronger higher up in the revs though.
Front carb - pilot 40, main 100, dynojet needle at third notch
Rear carb - pilot 45, main 107,5, needle same as front
Slashcut straight piped exhaust with some muffling in the end.
Org airfilter and box
Front carb - pilot 47,5, main 112,5, dynojet third notch
Rear carb - pilot 52,5, main 120, dynojet same
KN filters in standard box
Both spark plugs are reading black around the edge, grey on the top.
As written, the bike is running ok, but I feel its maybe a bit too rich on the pilots. Tried with 45 in front and 48 in the back, but was getting a higher/harder exhaust note from the pipes and an uneven throttle respons while cruising and just of idle (seems lean then).
What are your thoughts on this one? Are the mains maybe contributing to the lower rpm pull. Should they be larger? I have jet sizes all the way to 140 laying around.
The bike as it sits now below.