I have been trying to remedy my start stalling issue ever since my scooter fell over on the driverʻs side during a heavy storm. It seemed to be a fuel issue as I could hardly get any fuel out with the vacuum hooked up. I got it running for longer than it would before but it would still die suddenly after about a minute of idling. I could feather throttle and keep it alive but it would cycle and try to die again. I installed a new fuel tap but now it wonʻt start at all. I am so used to giving lots of throttle to get it started I am afraid I flooded it. I removed the gas line and the gas now shoots a heavy stream when I turn it over. It didn't do that before so Iʻm not sure whatʻs normal. If it is flooded can I just let it sit for awhile or do I have to start taking things apart to dry out?