Hi guys, Sorry for the separate thread but I didn't want to bury my carb questions in my chain problem thread. So, bought a 1994 XR250L, kick start. Aye yie yie. Ok, so, seems to start pretty easily when it's cold, but when it's hot it's sometimes impossible to start. And, miles back into the forest in the heat, kicking over and over again is a nightmare, as you know. One issue is that I basically ride in two locations...sea level, and like 5000 feet. Not a whole lot of in between in terms of elevations. Part of my problem, I would imagine, is that the carb settings or jets or whatever aren't universal for both elevations. I've done some research and it seems like the Edelbrock carb that everyone is always talking about is a good option, but does it even fit a 1994 XR250L? Is there anything about the Edelbrock carb that won't work on my bike...even if it's not specifically designed for it? I read that they're all basically the same? What seems appealing about the Edelbrock carb is that there are no jets to change, just some kind of screw. Anyone know about this carb on a '94 XR250L? I don't really want to sink more and more money into this bike because it's not exactly new, but it doesn't have THAT many miles on it so it seems like it has some life. It definitely had some throttle issues when I was out in the forest, cutting out and so on. Could really be anything, I know. Bad gas (I didn't drain the tank before going out), carb jetting, whatever. Should I just try to take the carb apart myself? Is changing the jets relatively easy? Carbs have always intimidated me, big time. I feel like I'm going to open it up and springs are going to fly out everywhere and I'd be screwed. Money is an issue, but not so much of an issue that if there was a nice Edelbrock carb or something that would bolt right up and be good to go, I'd rather spend the money and not find myself with a million carb screws and springs and not know up from down. Thoughts? THANK YOU ONCE AGAIN!