Hi Jason,G is right your aircleaner/exhaust setup will affect the jetting as will,climate and elevation,which from a previous post of yours would appear to be very similar to where I live,your aircleaner setup is the same,the only thing that is unclear is your exhaust system.I have conti race cans on mine,so it will tend to run leaner than stock.
Anyway regardless of your exhaust,I would get a set of 55 idles and perhaps a set of 54's just in case and stand by for an update on the pump cam.This will fix 75 % of your problems
if your impatient like me you could also get a set of larger air correctors 185,works ok.and a couple of sizes of mains 160,165 or 170 which I am currently using but are a tad rich.
Or.... you could just wait and see how the pump cam changes everything
As a matter of fact,I think that I would be putting it back together as is ,without the pump cam fitted and seeing if this sorts out some of your problems before I ordered anything else.
you have to undo the 4 screws on the pump diaphragm to get the cam off the shaft,and use a small spanner on the end of the shaft to hold it while you undo the securing nut,otherwise you could bend the throttle shaft and put the butterflies out of alignment,so be carefull with it.You can then gently prise it of the shaft with a thin screwdriver,going from side to side so as not to break anything
As you have the 10 cam fitted I would expect you to find an immediate improvement in low speed operation,and then it will probably go flat from about 1/3rd throttle while accelerating,this is to be expected,and this is where your cam needs to start pumping,not stop (as it currently does).
As for your frankenstein emulsion tubes well I wouldn't be too concerned just yet,but for your curiosity here's my setup.
Starting from the top side of the little step that the air corrector slips down to and measuring down the tube (the join line between the emulsion tube and air corrector in your photo)
my rows of holes measure as follows.
(lower side of step tube outside diameter 4.7 mm)
13.5 mm to centre of holes,4 holes @ .8 mm
(14.5 mm the diameter of my tube increases by 1mm at this point to 5.7 mm)
15.5 mm to centre of holes,4 holes @ 1.0 mm
20.0 mm to centre of holes,2 holes @ 1.0 mm
As I said don't be concerned with your tubes until you get everything else sorted.You probably won't end up touching them,I placed a lot of emphasis on them ,when I should have been looking at the pump cam instead.
I now think that time spent developing a 'Paso profile cam' is going to be time better spent. Jay.