Anybody leave their petcock on prime and have it cause carburetor problems?!! I was distracted and left the petcock on prime causing the carb to flood. I drained the float bowl (via the drain screw on bottom of bowl) and the bike still had a very hard time starting. It would run okay with the throttle open but won't idle unless the petcock vacuum line is disconnected (and then petcock cycled between prime and on, so it gets fuel). I removed the carb and inspected/cleaned the pilot jet, mixture screw (it likes 2.75 turns out normally) and blew out the visible air passages... everything looked clean (I run premium ethanol free gas)... problem remains!! I ordered a new float needle assy, and float bowl gasket (it proved to be leaky when flooded). I also ordered an adjustable mixture screw (from TT)... Anyone have a similar experience or can offer advice?? I'm surprised that flooding the engine would cause idle problems... What am I missing?