So this is an embarassing thread to start but I have to cause at this point I'm totally stumped. There may be a couple points in this thread where you shake your head and say "Wow, what a newb". The truth is when it comes to Carb's and dirt /dual sports I am most definitely a totaly newb so please cut me some slack, but I will accept insults that come with good advice! Anyway here is the issue. I bought a new pilot and main to rejet the carb on my 2009 CRF230M. Turns out, I confused the 230f and the 230L with regards to which is essentially the same as my bike, the 230m (it's the 230L not the F). I only discovered this error after having the whole bike stripped to get access to remove the carb and I had the float bowl off. I had purchased the pilot and main for a 230F which has a totally different carb. Unfortunately the directions I was following were also for a 230F and this got me quite lost. I buttoned everything back up with the stock carb jets after realizing I was, in fact, an idiot. The bike wouldnt start. It took some diagnosing but i realized I wasn't getting any fuel into the float bowl. After a couple more cycles of disassembly/reassembly I realized I had installed the float upside down inside the float bowl. Once I fixed this the bike started right up. I was thrilled at redeeming myself and proceeded to head to the street for a celebratory wheelie. . . which is where I discovered the bike had no top and and no torque aynymore either. I texted a friend and he suggested maybe I didn't have the float bowl screw back into its original spot. After inspecting this it turns out he was right, i didn't and it was all the way screwed in tight. However when i tried to take it back out to it's normal spot (5/8ths out from all the way in) the bowl just started draining all the fuel that was in it. My question is how do I fix this? Is it possible when i screwed the screw in after draining the bowl I did it too tightly and broke something? If so what is the likely culprit that needs replacement (other than me). Other background information is 3500 miles on the bike and it ran flawlessly until I decided to mess with it like a fool. Help!!