Thanks, I am curous what you find out on sunday, also will this void my warrenty?Short answer is, if you have to ask, it is true. They're getting that from about $12 worth of parts and maybe 4 hours labor. If they're doing it on a dyno, it is almost worth it. That's the only way to truely get it spot on. But, I bet that $200 they're charging they'll spend 30 minutes on it.
Long answer is, if you have time, patience and the willingness to learn and take your carb apart a few times, then spend the $12 on jets and a new needle and have at er. [/b]