I had another thread: http://coloradok5.com/forums/showthread.php?p=1127231#post1127231 but im starting a new one so I can get more help, so I get it done quicker... It was suggested that I change my fuel filter first, before I look into rebuilding the carb. I changed the filter with a new one...but this is something I noticed. I pulled the old one out, the rubber part was on the thing I pulled out, (not actually on it, but it sat on the metal nut thingy) and the brass (copper, whatever is it) part that was facing towards the carb, was facing out when I pulled the old one out. I get the new one... go to compare them, and on the bottom of the new one, it has a white thing recessed in where the black rubber (gasket maybe?) is. On the other filter there wasn't one there. I thought maybe it was suposed to be there, so I put it together...(Had a hard time hooking the fuel line up...) then fired it up. It started, then came off the choke and idled when it was "warmed" up. It was idling at 800RPM, and I go to give it gas up to 1500RPM, and the whole thing chokes, and drops to 400RPM and then I have to pump the gas pedal to prevent it from stalling. What is wrong? it worked better with the old filter, than the new fuel filter. Was I suposed to punch the little white thing inside the filter? I neeed help soooooon! This is frustrating.