problem solved thanks to Damocles
i didn't have the diaphragm sealed in the groove
Glad you got it fixed, gpzbob!
Further, I appreciate your acknowledgement of the valid advice and useful suggestion I provided.
When no one on the forum responded to your post above,
ok so i put washer under the needle and drilled the slide now it doesn't want rev past 5k ???
I sent you a PM explaining, without a completely airtight seal of the diaphragm, the slide will not lift properly when the throttle (air butterfly) is opened, and the needle jet and main jet will not be uncovered adequately for sufficient fuel in the air/fuel mixture.
You could not achieve full rpm as a result of your diaphragm air leak; in more extreme cases, the engine will not run past idle without full "choke" (enricher), compensating for the fuel-lean condition.
The diaphragm seal can be checked without removal and total disassembly of the carb, if the intake hose clamps are loosened, the carb rotated so the four machine screws holding the black plastic mixing chamber cover atop the carb are removed, and the mixing chamber cover removed to inspect the diaphragm's fit in its groove.
A bit of silicone grease or other goop to hold the diaphragm in place while the mixing chamber cover is cinched down may sometimes be useful.
Again, much obliged for recognizing some possible "socially-redeeming value" on my part from my advice and suggestion.