Thanks for the answers guys- great info.
Bobbed_out- Thanks for the link, I have actually come across those in my searches.
The thing that doesn't do it for me is that you have to reuse your carb holders. These are basically
unobtainable for my bike (1975) so it wouldn't do me any good
Sonreir- yes, I meant braze it to steel
. (It's been a long day
) I just like the idea
of doing this because that way I could use what I already have. I have 0 skills when it comes to machining- wouldn't even know
where to start. I am sick of spending time and money on this bike. I don't have the stock airbox and exhaust to use, so this seems
to be the cheapest and easiest way to be able to actually dial it it. I have tried but can't seem to achieve this with my stock CV's.
This bike is slow no matter how you slice it, so I'm not worried about the performance. Running well with a lower overall potential
would be better than not running.