well i got the "chopper" out of the shop again. she was running a shade rich, but i thought it wouldn't hurt the new top end to get a little extra lube and cooling. i took off to make a 6 mile trip to my buddies shop and she was loading up pretty bad. i got on it hard, got throught he gears, only to see blue lights. luckily, the cop was cool, he could tell my bike was pretty sick, and he just let me go. i got the shop, went down one step on the mains and did a quick around the block ride. it seemed better. i started it up again, and the idle was 1500 rpm too high, and wouldn't come down. also, the float vent was pouring gas out. it was midnight, i have to be up at 5:30 in the morning, so i just rode it home. the cop was waiting for me in the same spot, but this time i wasnt doing 70 in a 45. i got home, shut the gas off to get the bowls dry enough for me to store it in the house and though that screwed my plug check, i still pulled them anyway...still rich. i'm going to go down one more step i think, and do another check for air leaks with the carb cleaner spray technique. if i don't have an air leak, im going to take the floats out and make sure my needle seats are good. also...im going to do some test runs this weekend. does that sound pretty good to you guys or might i still be missing something? i find it funny that everybody told me an RD with chambers and pods would need a 220-240 main on it, yet i am still rich at 140. anyway, shower some wisdom down upon me.