Awesome your Zillas amazing, Jerry does great work. Did you go with the raw or chromed hall
This can't be right, these guys said a zilla can't suck the bowl dry, only a built banshee can do that. You must not have been running race gas, it's simple math, lol. http://forums.everything2stroke.com/showthread.php?t=40939&highlight=billet+bowlFound exactly one of my problems. I had been sucking my stock bowl Lectron HV44 dry at extended WO runs. When Jerry was running it on the dyno, I could see the fuel level in the bowl go pretty low and the bike would start to sputter on the rollers.
you are not going to suck the bowl dry on a stock zilla carb (mikuni). NOT going to happen! Wont go dry on a VM44 either unless you have the wrong size needle and seat in there.. Not going to happen, not on regular fuel..
If you are going to suck the bowl dry on the modified stock mikuni carb, then he FOR SURELY would have sucked it dry during the dyno runs (right after he did on the Lectron). That dyno he was on throws on hell of a load on the motor and will use a ton of fuel while doing so
The older mikuni VM-44's will suck it dry if it is an older carb.. the older VM44's need the fuel inlet from the brass fitting (fuel intake) to the needle and seat area "opened" up. The olders ones arent cast the right way and really restrict the fuel coming into the needle and seat area
A Lectron, is out of my league, i dont run them
But good try, Next time use some of that simple math you are talking about