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@kiffsta did you sell your CBR400? You did have an NC30 as I recall and you said you preferred the inline 4???
The drive or signal ratios are the important thing. Getting them to fit physically can always be done.
WOT does not mean much with CV carbs. Remove the carbs and try again.
What @Linkin said, and unbolt the master cylinder so it can be tilted to allow bubbles a clear path. Also any junctions etc. It will self bleed...
Good work there Mr Jet. I agree that you should check the compression next. Fuel screws are usually a bit more sensitive than that and lack of...
Or a KX500 :)
Well you better flip that one too.
Yep, the dishwashing liquid is the surfactant.
I have blasted (aluminium oxide) and painted carbs but I go to great lengths to seal them up first, tedious business.