Just did my first carb rebuild. I took my time and made sure to only do on carb at a time and when I took a piece off I put it back the same way. I did o-rings, enricher gasket, needles, needle jets, floats, springs and diaphragms. It is a 1988 R100GS and the diaphragms are the type with the 4 screws to remove the top piece, not the press on kind. I also replaced choke and throttle cables. I used Snowbum's web site to assist me in this process and think I did all the steps and set up as prescribed. Bike started fine. Choke worked. Light blip on the throttle and maybe RPMs didn't come back all the way down? After idling for a minute with the choke off I turned bike off to check air in the tires and restarted. Idle a little high but that is what adjustments after the ride are for. Two easy miles into the warm up ride I come to my first stop... RPMs stay hung up about 3000 RPMs. Throttle control snaps back nicely on both sides. Choke is off. A gentle tug on each throttle cable at the carb causes RPMs to raise. Cables are seated the collars wolithout too much play... Has anybody else had this happen and can tell me what I did wrong? Or at least know what direction to start? I do not live where my bike is. So if I need check or adjust something physically it may take some time to come up and do that. Thank you in advance for any advice.