My 1999 CR125 just got rebuilt, and it has a serious fuel delivery/exit issue. At first I thought it was powervalves, but theyre opening fine, seems to me maybe late, its gotta rev its nuts off for them to open, and they do open all the way, but theyre opening smoothly and well, opening, so I can rule out that issue.The problem now leads towards jetting. Symptoms:Takes, literally, 20-30 kicks (with throttle open) to get it started. Will not start if throttle is closed. Weird "squishing" noise coming from air filter when I kick the bike over. Once starting, I have to hold the throttle at 15-20% to get it to idle When running, bottom end is good, quite springy and "kicky" actually, but it has 0 top end. As if it just dosent want to rev, feels "choked up" And all of this is neatly tied with a general choking/bottled up feeling coming from the bike. It sounds like its choking on its own exhaust fumes.Also bogging, everywhere. "Smokes like a cummins"One thing I noticed, I took off the exhaust chamber to paint it and putting it down on its side for maybe 5 minutes emitted a foot wide pool of spooge on my garage floor. WHich is another side of rich jetting It seems maybe 1 or 2 sizes too big on both jets? Any advice?