For those of you interested like mparrish up there in Brigham City I'am about there with the jetting. Here's what I ended up with, with JD Jetting's help, 165 main, Red needle on #5, 40 pilot jet, two turns out on fuel screw. now that 40 pilot jet might sound a little strange, but that is because I completely sealed off the air cut valve by cutting out a gasket out of gasket material and removing the little o-ring, spring and diaphram and putting the gasket in there instead. James Dean is conviced the acv is the culprit that is causing the surging, hesitation at steady throttle, but when you do that it makes the bike run rich in the lower rpm's thats why such a small pilot. He suggested that or a larger #100 pilot air jet, which no one had. Now for the results, There is absolutly no bog when you snap open the throttle, I mean that bike can be sitting there idleing and you can wack that throttle all the way and it just instantly revs. that makes more of a difference riding than I thought it would, talk about easy wheelies. and now the steady throttle hesitation at 1/4 throttle is gone, the only minor problem is it still hesitates at higher rpm at seady throttle maybe thats asking too much to expect these WR'S to be perfectly smooth throughout the entire rpm range, I don't know.