I made a post about tuning my bike which the previous owner had put together. It's pod-filtered and has a full exhaust (which leaks). Riding the bike, it stumbles hard in the mid-range and a bit in the low range. I've had it stall out completely when whacking the throttle open to pass, etc. Comments left suggested that there is no way to effeciently tune a CV carb with a pod filter. Enter the flatside. Is this really the best option for tuning with pod filter? I'll jump for it if so, because as I'm a n00b to carbs, any tuning I should have to do should be a bit more remedial. Also, going back to the airbox would be a pain and just as expensive probably, as the snorkel and connection from carb to airbox has been cut out and eliminated completely. And the battery and fuses were moved to the air box. I would have to source an entire air box with snorkle, etc, as well as a battery box. http://www.xrsonly.com/content/index.php?page=shop.product_details&flypage=shop.flypage&product_id=347&category_id=&manufacturer_id=4&option=com_virtuemart&Itemid=77 XRS Only will more or less set up the flatside for your setup AND include extra jettings for any changes that might have to be made! This seems like a no-brainer, win-win situation to me. $230 for a carb that can be efficiently tuned and already set up....versus the pain and time of trying to tune a cv carb that won't ever be efficient anyway, or the extra time and money to put the bike back closer to stock... Advice? Any reason to not do this?