Well, it really is an eye opener. Things that you think are fact are not necessarily correct. I thought it was running pretty lean down low, but it's quite rich. I'm just ordering a few more jets of various types to see where that leads me. It leans out once you get out of the pilot circuit, but still not enough. I'm ordering a new #3 slide to see where that leads me. I currently have a #2.5. Uncharted territory for me. However, the bike is running and starting better than ever, so I'm sure I will be impressed even more when I get a bit closer. As I have said before, torque is this motor's strong point. With the standard motor, they do not indeed get serious until you get to 3000rpm. With the Fullauto Tech head it is noticeably stronger from idle on up. It provides a very useful bunch of low end power. What really surprised me was that the PW3 cam added AT LEAST as much again to the lower end and mid-range oomph. Maybe even more. By 3000 you are well under way! I have now had this combo for over 20,000 miles, so this is no ride around the block impression. I've had my Fullauto Tech head fitted for another 20,000 before that. In the country on twisty roads, I don't bother with lower gears. If I have 40mph on the speedo, it's just a case of open the taps and you get a strong surge of power. I have a GoPro video with the camera mounted on the chin of my helmet, of a ride through the hills here, but I am anguished over putting it up here, as it shows me doing certain "things". It looks perfectly innocuous while looking at the tacho, but if you look closely at the speedo and equate it to the speed limits and advisory speed signs, you find yourself thinking that it's not too pedestrian after all. Not balls to the wall stuff, just good, sustainable, easy on an old body forward motion and fast enough to lose my bike for a month under current local legislation.