I am by no means an expert on carbs and this one has a serious lack of how to videos to help guide me. This carb, 1982 virago xv750, was in desperate need of a rebuild. Sat for +10 years and was completely gummed up. I cleaned it, soaked whole carb, never broke the dual linkage apart. Replaced the parts from the rebuild kit and reinstalled on the motor. I was able to get the motor to run about 2 years ago but was really rough and wouldn't idle. After the carb rebuild it wont try to start at all. I'm going to loosen the pilot screw because I know I overtightened it (bottomed it out). Would this stop the motor from starting at all or do I have another issue? I'm going to make sure I have spark and everything tomorrow. Also going to verify the floats are installed properly (pretty sure they are but maybe I spaced) and gonna grab some starter fluid and see if it kicks at all. Trying to rule some stuff out but I would think its a carb issue since its what I messed with. Thanks for your insight.