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I believe these engine had two different style carburetors One was a Carter YF model and the other was a Fomoco just can 't remember model number. A Holley Carb should work fine this engine needs proper Jetting and power valve.
According to my Chilton book this is same for either engine. The firing order is 1-5-6-3-4-2-7-8. Standing at the front of the car looking at the engine #1 piston is at 9 o'clock on the distributor and it turns clockwise. The hold down screws for the cap should be at 12 and 6 o'clock nd the window to set dwell should be at 9. The odd number pistons are on the passenger side starting from the rad and the even numbers on the driver's side from the rad. Hope this helps.
That is quite a Fire Breather You have there in 1970 HI Triple!!--The 1974 H1E Had rubber mounted engine & for a 500 cc it could regularly SEE OFF Any Honda 750/4 OF THE DAY !--tHAT MACHINE SHOULD BE WORTH QUITE BIT OF MONEY NOW ( tHE WERE INTRODUCED IN 1968 & WOULD REACH 127 MPH, --"Vague Handling " let them down though!--You may be able to locate Speedometer & Tachometer for it on >e-Bay --Good Luck!--Stay Upright"-Des