Sounds like you're gettin there. You getting pretty comfy with how the little gold mix screw works out? Taking your time like this is good methoding for carb tuning. Remember that if your bike dies at idle, it's only cause it's too rich or lean, well, or your gas is gone. And it only dies of richness by the plug ending up drooling in oil. So that's a sign you can use. And if it's mostly dry and still white and dies, along with smelling like mechanical death, that's a sign of a lean situation. That's pretty much a plug chop. Don't sweat the clutch. It shouldn't be engaging at super low idle revs.
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