Would seem like walbro probably has a spec sheet on each carb that would provide this info...???All the Zama carbs I've looked at all have the same jetting - two .25mm jets. The jets can be drilled and the flow increased considerably. When a Zama is used on a bigger engine, they need a lot more flow. I've also tried blocking the auxiliary jet on a Zama and just used a drilled idle jet and with a stronger metering spring it may turn out to be an even better approach.
I'm just starting on modding the HDs. They are a bit more difficult to mod as you have to pull the welsh plug and redrill the air bleed/transition holes (and drilling the body of the carb is permanent, you can't replace the jet like on the Zama if you go too far). Since the HD-12 seems to be a popular carb, it would be great to find out what size holes are used on the carb body, that way someone could drill their existing carb to the HD-12 specs. Although, the HD-12 was used on a 71cc engine, so even the HD-12 might benefit from a bit of tweaking to use on a 79cc engine.