Hello, Your bike is coming along very nicely! I have the blue and silver supercharged wing on this site. Any chance you know what idle jets are in your carb? If not please dont take the time to remove them just to tell me but I was hoping maybe you knew. I guess maybe we should see how well it runs before I ask that question. Im sure as well as your quality on this build has been thus far your bike will start and run great. Good luck!
Been watching your thread with interest. I wasn't sure you had the same carburettor as I am using? The carburettor in this build, I think, was supplied as part of the supercharger kit in the early 80s. It is a Weber 32/36 DFV which is a mirror image of the DGV and is not very common on the internet although internally it is identical. I made a note of all the jets in it when I first got it. I have no idea if they are right or not or even if the previous owners of it put them back correctly. The video clip at the start of this thread shows the engine running with these settings but as you can see the bike wasn't up to a test run then!
Either octane or Randakk are probably the best bet for information as they both have or had de-bugged versions of what we have.
The settings I have are:
primary air compensation jet 180
secondary air compensation jet 130
primary main jet 140
secondary main jet 140
primary emulsion tube F6
secondary emulsion tube F6
primary idle jet 50
secondary idle jet 45
You can find a parts schematic for the DGV here:http://www.carburetion.com/diags/3236DGVDiaginfo.asp
That page also has the standard specifications for the carb at the bottom.
Hope that helps. Good luck with the build
1975 GL1000 Sold!
1976 GL1000 "GL1's evil twin" Supercharged cafe racer. Build thread Here
Now in Florida working for a living Ugh!.....projects on hold mostly!