Some fun facts about the DAKAR carb.
The bowl that comes with it is alluminum and heavy as fuck at 75grams. The plastic dellorto bowls are 15 grams. I'll see if i have a plastic cap too, but i dont think i have one without the choke mech.
The Idle fuel air mix screw is interesting. There is no small idle hole like on a genuine SHA.
Instead is just pipes the fuel into the emulsion tube. I'm assuming thats why the adjustment ends up being so touchy. Either way, still a great carb.
I did have to file the float needle just a spell to make the float closer to level, but no biggie cause it is brass and fairly soft.
Also, this one had an issue with the clamp screw. it has a slight collar on it by the head and when tightening it, it would jam and not tighten the clamp anymore so the carb would rotate easily. I opened up the hole for the bolt just a hair on one side and now it is properly clamped when tight. I don't recall doing that on the previous DAKAR carb I bought but that was long ago.