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  1. Pull the cam out and get it reground to a more aggressive profile. You'll get more power (maybe) and more lash clearance. Win win.
  2. Just to be a bit contrary: IF you can find someone competent with dual sidedraughts, I guarantee it will be a lot cheaper to get the webers spot on than to supply, fit, tune ITBs and EFI
  3. I'd look at where the throttle plate is, in relation to the progression holes. You want it to start uncovering a progression hole at the first movement of the throttle. I think it is possible to setup idle by keeping the idle bypass screws shut and opening the throttle to the first progression hole, but you've then got a fair way to go to the next progression hole. Correct way is to have idle on completely closed throttle and idle air supplied by the bypass screws.
  4. I expect the missing bit is in the sump. I'm sure you'll be able to epoxy it all back together. The cam lobes look ok, thats the main thing to check out with the spray bar broken. I've never seen those bits made of cast ally, mine have all been pressed steel.
  5. Maybe try the next size up idle jet, that might cover the transition hole, might richen it a little at wot too. Also check the float levels if you haven't already.
  6. I'd check that the accelerator pump is working correctly first. Take the carbs off and see if they squirt fuel out the back.
  7. Will it get up to the higher revs ok if you don't give it so much throttle? If it can accelerate up at part throttle without any hiccups, then its probably the accelerator pump circuit.
  8. To ensure enough pressure and flow to the bottom end.
  9. Mine is r200 with r200 moustache bar. is yours an r200 moustache bar? i believe they are different. Maybe not the wrong way round, maybe just the wrong bar....
  10. Not sure what thats in reference to, so I may have the wrong end of the stick, but ignition timing jitter has been well measured in Speeduino and there's no problem (would be my conclusion). https://speeduino.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=63829#p63829
  11. I'm very happy with my Speeduino. Hard to beat the price and it has all the features I need (and more).
  12. Fair enough. Did the conversion kit add a spacer or any other material to the clutch mc bulkhead mount point?
  13. I don't believe changing the cam will make any difference. Problem is elsewhere. Something in the intake path perhaps.
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