Hi Guys, Me again smh!.. This may well be a dumb question, but I’ve noticed something on my carbs. Forgive my terminology, I have a lot to learn, but when I blow down the fuel inlets of each carb float (Pic attached.. I think it’s called the banjo bolt) I notice a different resistance/air flow between the two, thus therefore assume a difference in fuel pressure/flow. It’s not huge, but quite noticeable. Both float covers were held so the inlet needles were fully open and neither needle sticks etc. Both had a good squirt of carb cleaner which made no difference. Although one float in the picture has been cleaned up externally, I didn’t take out filter plug or make any adjustments in that area, (except to the float level -pic below), thinking when in doubt best leave alone. My question is; Is this something I need to concern myself about? And if so, how does one go about getting the correct setting? I’m getting there.... got myself a couple of SU publications and a lot of reading on the net, but so far on this one, I’m completely blind!. I’m guessing from the design and the fact that the bracket holds the plug in place that these are adjustable, but that’s about it.