How is anyone to know what you have or what you claim
I live in Sioux Falls. I'm not the only Goldwing in town.
you post contradicting pictures to your claims
My "pictures" speak for themselves. That's why I post pictures, to show what it is that I'm talking about. If I'm claiming something from your perspective, then I'll need to know exactly what particular claiming you're talking about.
faulty tachs are used to base your claims
The tachometer isn't faulty. It's representation of the actual RPM is inaccurate in scale.
I haven't had time to make new overlays for 'em. I plan to do that this winter sometime.
and your videos of a daily rider show you tuning the set up after start-up
Of this video? No it does'nt.
What you see me doing is feeling the coolant chamber, the plenum area above it and the runners for warmth.
It's amazing feeling the warmth develope and hearing the engine alter its characteristics while it's happening.
That doesn't support your claim of a daily rider.
Post what you want to, but the truth is out there... just not where you want people to look.
What truth are you speaking of?
Google is King of the search engines. Each and every post that I make realizes that fact.
I do recall being new to a Goldwing and searching for a conversion.
I recall finding little that had convinced me of it being a viable and working option to the factory rack.
CC Products clearly offered a top conversion at one time, and I've yet to find anyone saying it was not a viable option from their experience in using it as a replacement to the factory induction.
Cycle Innovations offered a conversion as well, though the above CCP conversion is clearly better for a few key reasons.
I'm much more than a "tinkerer" or a backyard engineer, so I set about trying to do something on my own due to the VOLUMES of misinformation out there at the time and since..
If the tachometer is your real enemy in my video, ...then disregard it and use your ears, as the video is not designed for any of us that have been around for a handful of years, ...or even a month.
The video is what I would've wanted to see when I was new to this Goldwing single-carburetor issue.
The tachometer is a mute point to the video, this thread and the Google key-wording that gets it out there effectively to the "new-guy" in my view.
If debating the tachometer relevancy after this post is still of interest to anyone but you, I doubt I'll spend any more time explaining any more of it.
Hope your day goes well.