Just a thought to keep the handlebars uncluttered... On the off chance that youre running twin front brakes instead of a single ....If youre running a splitter for your brake lines further down then perhaps thats a better place to put your brake switch (banjo or other wise)
From the Keihin website:
"Quad Vents: Eliminates post jump bogging from fuel plugged vent passages."
I guess since air is moving out of the vent passages, fuel can get into them, causing the engine to bog.
Besides opening up the left vent passage, sounds like it may be a good idea to install a quad vent on the left side of the carbs.
The other thing is, it may not be a good idea to run the vent tubes into a longer tubing, or into a catch can with a filter. Was thinking about Poiseuille's law- i.e., longer tube = more resistance to flow.
I've talked to Roger in the past about installing oversize fuel bowls and using a fuel pump on some engines, so the bowls don't run dry- especially with smaller carbs.
I’m no pro machinist but I could probably modify that banjo bolt for you. At least I’m in the states.
my old atlas is not the most accurate lathe in the world but if your not to worried about surface finish under the banjo it could do it. It doesn’t quite have enough power and rigidity to cut a smooth finish on titanium.
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