I took my new-to-me BRP '00 out to Rowher Flats for my 3rd ride today. Been there a bunch before on my old CR250. About 1000 to 3000 elev. Anyway, I've been struggling with tuning the off idle flat spot out of my stock carb. When I got the bike it maybe seemed better then now, but I'm not sure. I've only messed around with the idle mixture, I'm now at 2.5 turns out and don't remember what it was when I got it. Does this adjustment really have much effect on the flat spot right off idle when you whack open the throttle? Unless I slowly roll on the throttle, it will stall the bike. This is unacceptable. Since I just bought the bike less than a month ago, immediately going to the QS is not in the cards. Is it possible to tune this thing close so It won't stall when I crack the throttle hard off idle? Specs: Honda comp baffle, stock pipe, 172, 68S, B53F 4th groove ( I know it's supposed to be an E, but it looks like an F to me), Unifilter, stock plug. I positively love the bike. All the hard to believe comments everyone has made about the "weight is an advantage over 5 mph" are almost believable at this point. The bike rips for hillclimbs, sandwashes, fireroads, chasing my daughter's Z50, and even does decent MX riding including jumps. The flat spot sucks and I need to take this great bike from 90% to 100% without dropping 4 hun for a carb. Amy suggestions appreciated, thanks, Steve Russ Huntington Beach. "Go big or don't go"