I am trying to get a nice old 1986 XL600R up to its potential. This is my first ever Honda after 25+ years of riding DP bikes. So I know plenty about wrenching and tuning in general but almost nothing about this bike. I picked up a Supertrapp EAR pipe on eBay. That is the same pipe I ran on my Yamahas since the early '80's, so I know how to jet for it. To start on tuning for the Supertrapp I opened up the airbox and I bought a Dynojet Stage 2 kit. The problem, at least in my mind it is a problem, is that the Dynojet kit does not come with a pilot jet. The kit says that that they don't want to mess with the idle circuit so they don't include the pilot jet. Well this thing is so cold blooded to start that I DO want to mess with the idle circuit. On my XT's going with a larger pilot jet not only helped starting but it made better power coming off idle and transitioning to where the main jets and needles take over. Very helpful stuff for low speed woods riding. But before I go off and order some pilot jets, I thought I would see if anyone has experience with the Stage 2 Dynojet kit. If I can get the idle circuit rich enough with the just the airscrew, which I doubt, then I won't try to source any pilot jets. Any thoughts or experience with jetting the idle circuit? Second question (and bear in mind that I haven't looked at this setup closely or cracked the shop manual so this may be a stupid question) is whether the twin carbs are synched to open together or are they staged like the twin carb setup on my XT? If they are staged has anyone messed with making the second carb start opening sooner? That was a good extra power trick on the XT setup. I am really looking forward to uncorking this tractor motor and to see what it will do with a bit more punch and a few pounds left in the garage.