I have a bone stock 2000 BRP. The float bowl gasket was leaking, so I pulled the carb and installed a Moose Racing XR650L carb rebuild kit. The bike fired right up, but once warm, stalled with any throttle. I did another tear down and switched back to 100% original parts except the float needle (identical to stock) and gasket. The bike fired right up, but once warm, only stayed running, poorly, with a lot of throttle fidgeting around looking for a spot to keep it running. - The gap on the choke (valve starter) looks good according to a PDF version of the FSM. - Throttle cables are adjusted like before according to my sharpie marker. - I cut the tab off the air mixture screw so I could adjust 360. I set it to ~2.5 out. Air mixture screw - I can’t really get in there while it is running. - Once warm, with the choke off, it will stall if I’m not messing with the throttle. - No room to adjust and avoiding getting burned. Gloved fingers didn’t work. - So it’s back to about 2.5 turns out. Idle Screw - I tried several positions, but with everything else going on like trying to keep it running, I can’t really tell a difference. - So it’s back to the sharpie marked thread. Suggestions?