Ok,I'll start from the start,again (an older post has post has most of the details.)
This big pig (1VL Tenere) has problems starting.
Floods very easily.
So I decided to pull the carbs out and have a look.
Float level was set very high,17mm.So therefore it was dumping a hell of a lot of fuel in,hence hard starting.
I changed all the settings back to standard,except I only changed the float level to 22mm,rather than 25-28 for stock,just to be on the safe side.
Jets are all standard,none have been drilled out,needles are stock too.
Now when I put it all back to standard it coughed and farted.Fine,I'll richen it up on the needles.No matter how much I dropped the clip down the needle,it wouldn't fix the bad (lean) running.
Put everything back to the way it was and it ran fine again.
Now come to part two of the story...Couple of weeks ago I had a nasty crack in the r/h crankcase.
Motor out job,so able to inspect a few things.
Noticed the head was heavily ported.A Ha,that must be why the carbs have been played with.
Plus the fact its got a free flowing muffler makes me think I should be looking at a TT600 for jet sizing as a base level.
I did find some specs,for a 2003 model. They ran a 150 & 145 main jets.Makes me think I should bump up my primary to a 150 and try the secondary at say a 135,working up to the 145 to see how it runs.
That enough info now?