OK so as the ever deepening saga of me and the $200 SV continues, I am getting closer to having a happy bike. I finally pulled the carbs and found a bunch of jelly like crap in the bowls, I pulled the floats, and cleaned the jets/bowl/ and all the passages, I DID remove the needle valve and gave a good cleaner shot to both and had good flow to the fuel inlet. never messed with the adjustment, and put it all back together, the bike is finally running well but it is starving for fuel at about 8500 rpm, It pulls hard till then but if you back out of it a bit, and then slam the throttle again it will scream and pull hard to the red line, so I am confident it is a starvation issue. SO did i screw something in the adjustment or something in the needle valve when I removed it, I just pulled the little snap ring thing off and put it back on? or do I have something in the fuel pump, and if so will I be able to pull it apart and clean it or do I need to get a new one?