and if that doesn't work, I have had an issue with an engine one time that I had to take the high end needle and turn it out to flush and while rolling the engine with the igniter on it it, slowly keep turning the low end needle till the engine fired. Once there, I turned the idle up a bit and kept the engine running. That at least geve me a starting point when the engine gave me issues. Remember, the engine will only do what it has been told to do.
Am I going back racing?...Hmmm.. Not anytime soon... But soon enough.