Wellll, crap. First, if you all remember, my old DR wouldn't run much at all above about 1/4 throttle or under any kind of load. I took the carb off and first thing I saw was the needle jet was not flush with the bottom of the bore. Hmm, I thought, I'll bet the main jet is loose. As it turns out, it was sitting in the bottom of the carb bowl. Put it back together and it runs like it should. Buut, got back from the ride and I have a really bad oil leak. I'm kinda afraid that it's coming from the cylinder base gasket. I put the cylinder back together using the diagram in the manual and then learn on this forum that that's wrong. I don't think it's the countershaft sprocket, since the sprocket and chain are not oily and a lot of oil above it. Don't think it's the cam chain tensioner since that is also clean and dry. Oil seems to run out from under the starter. Is it possible it's leaking from the starter? Guess I'll just have to check. Since I put this thing back together the only one to blame is me, of course. Drat. Joys of owning a 21 year old motorcycle with 84,000 miles - which I maintain!