Hang in there and you'll get it all straightened out. You've got the best people around giving you advise. Reading this thread also helps the rest of us on here learn while we listen to the pros give you advice.
Thanks a lot very big help ill drain oil and change rear plugs after work to night... again very big thanks for the help.......... had the jets out see if I can explain it.... the bras one in the center which was short and fater had ajust a flat head screw styl look. The othe one off to the side was skinny and long an had holes at the end about 3 we carb cleaned only didnt want to scratch or damage them.I would say they were stockbut idk.
The jets should be stamped with numbers telling what size they are. When you get back into the carb write down anything that is stamped on them. Pictures help, especially when you take the needle out with the clip on it.
Easiest way to do a pic on here is to get the free photobucket.com account and load your pics up there. Then when you open up a pic in photobucket on the right side of the screen is a "img" code just click it and it will copy it, then you can past it in your posting on here and it will automatically resize it to fit. other wise pics are a PIA to do on this forum.
Good luck with your bike, i'll keep an eye on the thread to see how it goes. these are great bikes and you'll get it going right.
I would also check the tires for signs of dry rot. you didn't mention how many miles were on it (or I missed that part) but if it sat for 3yrs it doesn't sound like the original owner road it much. It could still have the original tires on it.
also, you said you changed the plugs. Then you said you put "A" new one in the rear. maybe i'm misreading here but did you change all 4 plugs or just 2?