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Tonight dodging rain and lighting moving in I ran a test run with the following:

Here is where I am with the wing at the present:
Primary Idle jet .50
Primary Air 160
Primary Fuel 110

Secondary Idle 60
Secondary Air 220
Secondary Fuel 105

Here is good video, but sound was bad:

youtu.be/AwO2_s5aRlY

Primary runs not too bad until you start opening up, then it stalls around 4K rpm.
Also in the video at 37 seconds that is 60 mph. At the the 1:24 point it is opened up, full throttle and stalls, that is again at 60 MPH.

Any ideas on where to go from here?

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So yesterday I tried switching the air jets only to see how the primary would react with more air. It bogged down at 40 MPH.

Today I switch the air jets back and drill the primary fuel jet to a #56 drill or 1.18 mm. The primary side ran great, revs were good under load and quick.
Now to try to dial in the secondary.

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Good job Greg your secondary will probably get bump up to 130 maybe more with 220 air bleed ..big air bleed is good on secondary

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Here is where I ended up on the jets. Mind you this is a (Stock) 1980 GL1100 engine and driveline.
Primary Idle jet .50
Primary Air 160
Primary Fuel 118 #56 Drill bit

Secondary Idle 60
Secondary Air 220
Secondary Fuel 132 #55 Drill bit

The secondary is so-oooooo much fun! I wish I had never wasted having the stock rack rebuilt 2x's in the past 3 years. Oh well, to Ebay they will go.
I want to thank all those who have done this before me. CGW has been a treasure trove of information! Special thanks to Dan F., for his ride report video that convinced me to go this way, also to JoeDrum who has helped me when I would get stuck and encourage to keep plugging on. I am so glad I made the change. I have had this bike for 5 years (Barn Find) and making it my own resto mod. This pretty much completes it.

This video was tonight. Mind you it was shot on a county road with a limit of 40 mph, but man 60 mph comes up fast.


youtu.be/JSJk5Cntj0s

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Yes that secondary is quite the rush!

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Yes it's fun ...on my bike with the caveman modded 1200 motor .
.I don't think many ever believed that it will pull the front wheel off the ground even two up ..my brother flipped.out ...my bike has more power than clutch..it's maxed out ...it's as fast. As a oldwing can Be ...I've had many fast cars and bikes ..hooch is the most radicle thing I've ever put together ...very glad Classicgoldwing help you make your bike your own ..we have always been the leader in true SCC information ...as we have always outed the BS people against and for SCC with plenty of proof videos and threads ...fantastic you hanged in there and got achieved your goal ...

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After a surprise visit from my daughter last night (3.5 hrs), I got back to buttoning up items. I was able to make a mounting plate, then cut off the factory air box off 2". It sat on the 740 carb perfectly. I then took a piece of 10-24 all thread, made a hook. Then fitted the factory filter and air box top.
Waiting for the adhesive to dry making the backing plate and air box one unit, then I'll drill for the crankcase breather hose.
I'd rather have the filter enclosed than have room for the tool tray for riding in the rain.
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Last pic of air box fitting.

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Be careful it will get richer doing this ...that just like cutting the air bleed down

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Here is a good video on the basics of how a carb works and draws fuel, with a see thru carb.


youtu.be/toVfvRhWbj8

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