Me Too! I recently acquired 2 DR350's, one for me and the other for a friend, mine is a 1991 S and his a 98 SE. Mine had been kick started on the kick stand for years so it had touched the swing arm a little, the 98 kick stand is fine, no slop in it. I could not get the bolt out of the 91 kick stand so I had to drill it, luckily I had a new kick stand on hand and a used Honda kick stand bolt the same size laying around. All good now and I can probably save the one I drilled out too if I get new hardware for it. I was also going to say I appreciate all the jetting talk lately as I had to clean both carbs, I actually used a Dynojet kit on the 1991 carb, it worked really well, and ended up getting a TM33 pumper kit as well. I put the 91 carb on the 98 and put the pumper on the 91, hoping it would start easier being a kick start only model. Well, that wasn't the case, had a lot of trouble with it and played with the jetting and all kinds of adjustments. The first time I pulled the bowl the plunger and spring were reversed and I thought that was the problem as the pumper would not be pumping with the spring above the plunger! But, that was not the only problem, I finally traced it down to a pilot jet hole that was was partially plugged in the carb body above the threads from the manufacturing process, must've been small aluminum shavings because I saw it blow out but couldn't tell what it was. The symptoms on the TM33 were, started easy but would die when backing off the throttle, then it would die and be hard to start. Had a lot of popping on decel but ran good. Now it starts easy and runs well with minimal popping on decel. I was about ready to try and return the TM33, it was that bad and impossible to tune. But all is good now, snorkel in place 127.5 main, 40 pilot, 2.5 turns out and 3rd groove on the clip, bike has a Cobra slip on otherwise stock with a Uni filter. I have a spare airbox and may modify it in the future but I am about TM33'd out at the moment! I must've taken that carb off 8 times, not hard to do just no results were disappointing. I also noticed the stock intake clamp bottoms out just as it gets tight on the carb and may create a vacuum leak, I used a different clamp to tighten it down a little more. Just wanted everyone to know there can be issues even with new parts and check and double check everything if you're having problems, I would never have thought to look that hard at a new carb but I knew the jetting had to be in the ball park and something else was amiss. BTW, I was using all factory Mikuni jets on the TM33 to rule out any other confusion.