1966 T120TT 650 E.T ignition. Twin carbs are now running well but I did need to do quite a bit of tuning to my original AMAL
Momobloc 389/95 1 3/16 to get them just right.
Both carbs were sent off to Lund Engeering http://www.amalsleeve.com/
for a bore and slide re-sleeve.
2 Triumph NOS Gauze filter Pancake air cleaner/Filters offset with the hump/dome back plate. Not paper filters. Just enough space to fit with no rubbing on oil tank or side cover. No switch gear in the side cover.
Elevation is 3200 feet ish (Boise, Idaho)
3.5 Slide (4 is stock)
310 Main Jet (330 is stock) ( Might go to a 300. The 310 is just a tiny bit rich but just at full wide open throttle)
25 Pilot Jet (Stock)
106 Needle Jet (Stock)
"D" needle in 2nd to top notch.
I spent most of the time testing different jets and needle positions but I always came to the conclusion that 1/4 throttle to full throttle was always much to rich with the default settings. In all positions really except full lean (Top notch and 300 main) then it was not ride-able.
This frustrating issue was finally solved with the purchase a new 106 needle jet (Default size). New main jets and needle were purchased new during my trouble shooting and tuning. I just never though it could be a well well worn needle jet and that it had to be the other things that AMAL
speaks about in its tuning guides for the AMAL Monobloc
. Those guides are here -> -> Amal Monobloc tuning guide and parts diagrams
If i was to give one thought of wisdom when endlessly tuning a Monobloc
to no avail i would say.... Its the needle Jet dummy.....