Hey everyone, So I bought a dirtbike for a good cheap price in the hopes to fix it up for a bearable backup / buddy / camping bike. It's a 1992 Suzuki DR 350, that supposedly has been changed to be 380cc. After riding it, I'm inclined to believe them as many does this thing BOOGIE and have some serious tractor like grunt. Anyways, the carb setup was seriously mucked up. The float level was way off (fixed), the needle and seat were toast (replaced) and the pilot jet was two sizes over stock. When kick it, it was definitely too rich, and still is somewhat. After crashing I have to dump the float bowl in order to be able to kick it over again, and it's still not very happy... When it does get running, it's pretty happy, but man is it unhappy and unwilling to start. There could be more issues at hand, but I'd like to know what the general practice is behind adjusting pilot jets on big bore kits. I have been told a size smaller is actually standard as the change in CC's is actually creating more vaccum and thus pulling more air.