In the meantime, and using an alternative and less complete media...
Did a stack of fiddly work on the 24v installation today:
- 156 fuel pump safely installed in the 155 tank (no return line needed and filter in tank)
- Single fuel line installed and connected up, and...
Car would not run. Suspected it was flooding as it would fire and emit black exhaust fumes (spat them all over my twinny!!)
This casued me to crack on with the AFM spring adjustments. Really really surprised at how effective this was. Clearly the AFM was calling for more fuel than was needed, so tighten the spring by about 90 degrees on the adjustment wheel, and tickover is slightly lumpy but steady, and without load, car revs cleanly. Cold start appears OK as well.
Washed, part waxed (before it started raining), and will be insured tomorrow (already MOTed until Oct). Will see what its like on the road, but suspect a few more adjustments on the AFM needed.
Car is still looking a bnit tall, but only just off the axle stands and needs a shake down for the suspension to settle a bit.
Might paint the fake wheel nuts black. Not sure yet.