A new shipment of idle jets just came in this week (thanks to Chris), and I have a bit more variety to play with, vs just the 4 I was using before.
Now I need time to try various idle jets and play with the AF mixture screw on each one and see which one works the best. However close it gets, that'll be the way I'll run it. Then I'll install the CHT gauge (and 23 tooth clutch).
Chris has been running the CHT guage and has the exact same build, so whatever the VNB2 (B-62) ends up with, the VNB5 (Rocket) will get too.
Bottom line is when I'm cruising through town at 30 to 40 mph, at 1/4 throttle, I don't want to have to constantly drop the throttle to nothing, then up to half or 3/4, then nothing, repeat... I should...SHOULD...be able to cruise along at 1/4 throttle without it gurgling along.
Yes, I'm on a mission...
Any advice? I'm willing to try anything, but I'm not shaving 2mm off the base of the cylinder. It has plenty of power for my scene. I'd just like it to not gurgle at 1/4 throttle.
BUT, it this is as good as it gets, it's pretty flippin awesome!
All the rest is the pilot jet. This is not easy, probably the hardest part but all that was left.
21 degrees on a big squish is ok but can be (usually is) problematic at sustained high rpm.