I'm certain the fuel pump did get looked at 1202067 cheers bro and that was one of the things in working order as there was many things that needed a going over ill take some pictures of everyhthing me and my friend done ill also chuck some pictures up of the bike itself so you can see what I've been up against here. I'm not willing to give up on the old girl yet as she can still put most motors and most bikes a good country mile behind her plus I'm old school guys I don't like those computers taking all the fun out of the ride and the bonus ball I do love a classic lol. Ill be honest though it is a work in progress but Its something to get done for next summer I'm going for the full yamaha blue as at the moment it's a few different blues but like I said previously it's a work in progress and it's running good enough for some fun just before the cold weather hits here.He's on a dynojet kit bro, not the stock setup.
Thanks bud, I do try to help, and @Svennie is definitely contributing to the forum as well, things appear to be all right in the universe.
What settings are you running on the jet kit? How many turns do you have on each air screw? What pilot jet do you have installed? Where is your needle clip set? What main jet are you running? These factors will help in diagnosis of your issue. My gut instinct is to tell you to either open your fuel air screw, or to step your pilot up one size depending on the fuel air screw setting, but again, it may be the fuel pump.
Download a copy of the service manual HERE and look for the section on fuel delivery, it should outline a test procedure for the fuel pump. Follow it to the letter.