a shot in the dark here , but have you checked your coils? or for loose connections ?
scbThe fact that it's changing rpms when turning makes me wonder if you have some throttle cable routing issues. I would idle the bike in neutral and turn the wheel full left and right, and see if the rpms change accordingly. If not, you've likely got other carb issues and there are some real gurus here that should be able to walk you through diagnosing and fixing it.
I don't understand. Did it change the idling in neutral, or not.I checked turing my wheel full to each side, however that did not change anything, more then just the idling while in neutral. It was all over the place again.
Does it snap back to idle position or move there slowly? If slowly your throttle cable may be dry or kinked or done. Or something is dragging on the throttle grip, like a clip-type cruise control that's too close/tight.The idling changes without touching the throttle. I really appreciate all of your advise. I will keep trying stuff
If i do twist the throttle and let it go the idling speed will jump up and stay revved pretty high for awhile