The biggest part (hassle) of the carb install was figuring out how to time the accelerator pump.
Several people let me know that I had to 1. time the squirt to start a little late, and 2. limit the duration of he squirt to 1.5 secs, to not bog the motor.
The newer FCR-MX pumpers have a leak jet, which can be changed out to control the squirt. A larger jet bleeds feul out of the circuit instead of pumping it into the motor. It is quantitative and works well. But, the older FCR slant body carbs like the 35 do not have leak jets. There is an accessory from Boyesen that duplicates the bleed-off, so I got one to try:
and mounted it up:
I started testing the squirt off the bike, with odd results. The pump would hesitate, then squirt for what seemed like forever, definitely not 1.5 seconds. No amount of adjusting was helping, and I was getting confused.
By now I had burned a load of time and money ordering parts, and was getting kinda pissed. I try to be patient, and do homework before assembling, but I was at my limit. I finally decided to just send the carb to Eddie Sisneros ("Burned" on Thumpertalk) and have him set it up.
I put the thng back to stock and didn't really describe the spitting, because I just thought I was clueless. After a few days , Eddie calls me and says - get this - THE SQUIRT PASSAGEWAY WAS NOT FULLY OR PROPERLY DRILLED FROM KEIHIN. W.T.F!!!!
He describes it and says "yeah, the thing would hesitate and spit, and then squirt forever. I drilled the hole, wired the AC pump linkage, and now it is fine." My lack of experience, I would have never spotted this, and would have chased the squirt timing forever.