First mistake - I had a little plastic inline fuel filter. I had just purchase the bike, and there were a couple specs of something or other that I couldn't get out of the tank, so I thought a little filter would be just the thing. Second mistake - took that blind corner to a drop way too fast. When the bike and I went down, the cheapo filter just snapped right off. Fuel everywhere, 2 miles into downhill singletrack. I thought I was screwed. First good idea - Camelbak tubing. I started to get out some duct tape I keep in my pack and realized the water tubing would work perfectly. And it did. cut a piece off, popped one end on the petcock, the other on the carb. I thought I was a genius. Third bad idea - Rode the rest of the day with no issues. But, little did I realize that the hose was degrading and slowly clogging the piss out of my carb. Anyway, The next ride, my bike was really hard to start and wouldn't idle. On throttle, it worked okay, but pull the clutch and let of the gas and it was a dead engine every time. I was worried that I'd done some real damage. I pulled the main jet and the pilot today. There was some stuff in there that looked like honey. Cleaned it out and she starts right up. Glad (hopeful) that nothing got messed up too much. So the moral of the story is - Use camelbak tubing if you jack your fuel hose and it's an emergency, but get that shiz off there asap and clean out your carburetor.