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Alan, you may find you are getting better response with a richer setting not only due to AFR but also that the metering plate will lift easier and not be throttling the engine.

As for bleeding off to reduce pressure at the WUR. Placing a restriction before the tee may help and then controlling the leak at the centre branch of the tee will reduce pressure on the final branch of the tee piece. Also, you won't waste so much air and this will help not to alter other things. Without a restriction you will have to waste a lot of air to get a pressure drop which is what I believe you were thinking Alan.
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