:help: I pulled my bike out today after it has been sitting for about 2 weeks. I got it started and it was idling funny. Idling low and sputtering. It stalls as soon as I give it gas. It only starts if I have the choke wide open. One time I was able to get the bike to rev up and when it did it did not rev smoothly and once it got to the top of the r's it was backfiring real bad to the point it was actually shooting flames out of the pipe. I thought it might have been because it was a little cold and had been sitting so I got it to start again and just let it idle to try to warm it up. It would idle (still idling roughly) for about 4-5 minutes then stall. I tried adjusting the idle screw and it did nothing. I thought maybe my air filter was to dirty so I took it off and still did the same exact thing. Is this a issue with my carbs? If it helps it is a 2005 660 with full Trinity exhaust, Pro Designs open air box with K&N filter, DynoJet jet kit, and the Trinity quiet core. I have had issues with my needles sticking before and have removed my carbs twice had them tore down and completely cleaned out and the back ran great afterwards. I'm not having the same exact issue has I did when the needles were sticking but similar. Any help is greatly appreciated!