I have been reading everything I can find on jetting and there are some things I'm still trying to figure out.
Main jet stack and air correctors - It's possible to get the same fuel/air ratio using a different combination of air correctors and main jets. For example, using a 160 AC with a 120 main jet would give you the same air/fuel ratio as 140 AC with a 105 main jet. My first guess that the combination using the larger main jet would deliver a greater volume of fuel. Am I correct in my thinking? Are there other differences between these 2 combinations?
I was also looking at the same thing with idle jets. My understanding in this case is that a lower air number has less overlap with the main jet compared to a combination with a higher air number that yields the same mixture ratio. Is this also because there is less volume of fuel delivered?
Last thing is atomizers. It looks like they are used to balance out the mixture between low, mid and full throttle to to fine tune the throttle range.
Thanks for reading along.