Hi guys, I did some searching but didn't really see anything so hopefully this can get some attention and I can get pointed in the right direction. Bought a 1991 Vfr750 and it sat for years with 27k on it. The seller told me it wouldn't run, but would with starting fluid. He was right, so I completely tore down the carbs after watching hours of carb rebuilds. I soaked the lower end of the carbs, put new stock sized jets in, cleaned the needles and passage ways....it looks spotless on the inside. I put everything back together and it sprang to life, I was so excited! I took it for a spin, and although it was a little rough around the edges, I got it to hustle pretty effortlessly, granted, it did bog just a little bit, but it sounded beautiful and clear, I even took a vid. But fast forward to the next day, I put new fuel in, charged the battery, and when I went to turn it on to see what needed work for the day, it struggled to start. She hated the choke, and refused to start with any bit of choke, but once I got it warmed up(which was a struggle) I got it to idle around 1100rpm. I took it for a spin, but had much more hesitation and bogging than less than 24 hours before. The longer I rode it, the worse things got. It hardly wanted to idle, struggled to get above 2k in gear, and was backfiring out of the carbs doing anything. Full throttle would hardly get me to 4k in neutral, almost like a limiter, and would usually die as soon as I let the clutch out. Any vfr veterans have any idea what my problem might be? Before posting I tore the carbs down again and they're spotless. I cleaned two float valves that seemed to stick just a little more than the others, and examined all of my jets-crystal clear. I have a brand new air filter, two new spark plugs (planning on installing the other two tonight), and no idea what to do. I think I'm going to bypass the fuel pump later, which I don't entirely know how I'll do, but any help or recommendations for anything I might need to do would be greatly appreciated! Thanks guys! Just an additional thought-I used gunk to submerge the bottoms of the carbs and then I used carb cleaner to spray it off. Once it started it ran real rough throwing out white smoke, but after a few minutes it ran better and better with no smoke. Today there's still no smoke but runs terribly .