Yes they are, though I didn't realize his was 001. These carbs were long neglected. Among his issues ...both pilot jets plugged, many gaskets not only hardened, but nearly crystallized, his *float* levels set extremely low at 11mm...should be near 15. As a result an extremely high *fuel* level...I believe he was sucking in basically unmetered fuel during his failed start attempts.
I counted around 70 disassembled component pieces in total....every one scrutinized and dealt with to some degree.
All circuits and jets are now clear, new rail seals (Suzuki, LOL), ALL new orings everywhere, new float valves, spoke to owner today to fulfill his specific jetting tweaks and setup needs. I'll be cojoining the bodies tonight, wet testing tomorrow.
MOAR BETTER, EH? Looking good, I predict they will run fine as well.
Almost forgot...NO ovaling of the emulsion tubes with stock 5C22 needles. I've got a new theory on the cause of that Ducati specific issue...but another time.
“Being shot out of a cannon will always be better than being squeezed out of a tube. That is why God made fast motorcycles, Bubba....” quote Hunter S Thompson
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