Were you planning on running a lightweight flywheel? there's some debate between hillclimbers about using light ones and although I use a light one I believe a heavier one is more suitable for maintaining engine rpm under load and general driving. What I do like about light flywheels is the emphasis it puts on compression braking and the feel of shifting gears, but the latter may be more to do with method and the solid side bushings I placed in the box.
Bridgestone is offering 4 for the price of 3 on them so it's a no brainer really, I could of saved even more if I waited a month or two. looking at another set of Bridgestones for the 910 wagon on 180sx alloys so it'd be 195\60 R15 to match TRX profile.
emulsion tubes are sometimes a little jammed in there, get a needle or something and use friction ot pull it out since you don't have the weber tool. The tubes will be F50, they stay the same for a fair share of cars.
With the mains, is the primary 150 and the secondary 132? that looks too lean on the seconday. My specs on the A14 right now (38\38dges but applicible for capacity):
main jets 145\145(might go 155\155) 185 air corrector jets size 4 venturis 55 accelerator pump jet 40\40 idle jets (need bigger) f50/f50 emulsion tubes