not sure what the EU difference would be VS the US? if ya have time take a carb apart and see exactly what size jets you need so forth then compare with said kit, pretty sure they are the same, some settings may be different due to emissions or maybe emission type stuff, internals should be the same?
take one apart, see what ya need, you may find you can clean the jets if a kit doesn't come with new ones, run some string or yarn through the hole with polishing compound and holding carefully in a vice run the yarn and compound back and forth to polish the inside of the jet hole, clean it up, the important one IMHO is that small diameter emulsion style jet the longer one..
emulsion holes are so tiny they clog, best to get new ones of those but I am sure with ingenuity a guy could clean them some how under a magnifying glass and watch makers tools?
you could just order gaskets and o-rings then clean everything if you are up against it or don't have the funds? yamalube is good stuff some guys use simple green, dish soap n white vinegar and some heat? compressed air and rubber cone tip is the important part, you need to blow em out make sure they are flowing how they should and that one or more carbs isn't restricted in a passage way, it will never run well if that's the case..
also your sync procedure is real important too, some guys can bench sync them to get em close, I bought the dial style sync tool and it worked very well, be sure to calibrate first..