My wife's little DR200 got running shitty from not being ridden. I pulled the carb. It didn't look that bad inside. The one jet was clogged (low speed I think). I cleaned the clogged jet out but I didn't totally tear the carb down because it looked so clean otherwise. So I put it back together and it runs great....except now when you slow for a corner or to stop the idle increases substantially before returning to normal. Although I didn't mess with the float level I'm thinking that has to be it as I'm thinking it has to do with the fuel level changing as the fuel slops forward in the bowel when slowing. Any ideas?