I can't get this bike to idle so I'm giving up and going to the guru's. info: 1) 1998 Suzuki RM125 with Keihin PWM36 carburetor 2) 0' above sea level, used for woods/backyard riding, it's currently ~30 degrees out 3) stock air box (new air filter 3 rides ago), stock carburetor, Eric Gorr 144 kit (relatively recent, probably ~40 hours? I have never disassembled the top end, bike feels about the same since I got it, and after the 40 hours of riding), and the reeds look intact (no chips) 4) currently has a 175 main jet and 48 pilot jet, needle 3rd position from top, air screw 1.5 turns out, gas/oil at 32:1, and float set to ~0.25". I have also tried different pilot jet sizes with no success (55, 50, 48, 40, down to a 35 to see if it needed to lean out, but I'm putting the 55 back in). 5) bike will not idle. The bike will start fairly easily (1-5 kicks), is responsive to an open throttle, and will run just fine when the throttle is opened, but when the throttle is closed, the bike stalls immediately 6) -the bike runs about the same when first started and when it warms up. -pulling the choke doesn't seem to help it start -keeping the throttle open just enough so that it resembles an idle, and lifting the choke knob makes the bike bog and die -twisting the throttle cable adjusters so that the slide is being raised slightly will make it idle, but the bike will take off under random conditions (namely when bars are turned to right, but not always). -the bike's ability to idle is unchanged when the bike is warm -turning the "idle adjust" screw opens the passageway and allows more air in; it has no affect on the bike's ability to idle when warm, or cold -the bike starts to "ping" and will stay running by itself when the bike is almost out of gas here the 55 pilot jet (I have new jets so I know they're clear): here is the cleared pilot jet passageway (the top branches out like a T, blew carburetor cleaner through it until it sprayed on the other side) here's the 170 main jet: here's the clear passageway on the main jet: and here's the float bowl (no sludge/gumming) that's all the information I could think of. If you need any further clarification, please don't hesitate to ask. Thanks in advance.