Hello all, just joined. I am second time KLR owner but first time wrencher. I just got a new to me 2008 KLR. It was having some issues so I went through it. Adjusted valves, changed oil, flushed radiator, checked doohickey (eagle mike). BTW the bike was starting well cold but not restarting when warmed up. So figured needed to clean the carburetor. Here’s where I think I went wrong. I removed but did not completely disassemble the carb. I accessed the jets to remove and clean only. I have cleaned carbs on older bikes before but not a KLR - at this time I didn’t have a good maintenance manual- I do now. This all said I sprayed some carb cleaner into some of the channels as well as some compressed air from a can not a compressor. I did not realize there were rubber diaphragms that regulate fuel air mix at higher speeds. Now all back together. On my ride the bike starts perfectly hot or cold. It accelerates thru 1 to 5th gears very well. However, at about 65 to 70 mph it accelerates incredibly slow in 5th gear and the throttle is completely open. Anyone here able to share your experiences on this would be so welcome. What do I need to consider before diving back in? Thanks.