I agree. My old carbs weren't too bad but I figured the bike has been enormously dependable with all year riding these last few years, why not upgrade where possible to keep the good performance going.Well worth the expense.
I asked Mike at Walridge Motors to put in what he thought would right with the new 750 barrel. He put in 210's because that's what he puts in for the 750's. I asked him what he thought about 200's before he shipped them out to me a couple of days ago. He said to see how it goes with the 210's. If it's too rich he'll send me 200's no charge. My thought is that when the weather turns much colder, like in late October and November/December- the 210's might be just right. 200's for summer. We'll see. I ordered the 200's anyway because with the extreme temperature changes I think I'm going to need them and maybe a few different needles on hand anyway. Still learning after all these years...200 main jets hopefully.