..... I also pulled out both jets and the idler jet was clogged so i thought that was it but still does it.. I have to keep giving it gas to get it started and sometimes it will sit there and idle but then out of no where it cuts out and dies.
...... I can get it to start by pumping the gas but it wont idle, if you keep on the gas and keep the rpms high it sounds great but as soon as you let off, when it should idle it dies..
Give us an idea of the rpm range that will allow it to continue running.
Often, once debris enters the bowl, clearing the slow speed (idle) jet and
its holder allows the next particles to enter.
There may be debris in the fuel feed channel too large to enter the jet, resting at the aperture inside the body where the jet tip seats.
If a recheck of the jets and
their holders finds them clear look into the threaded holes to the aperture inside. If you see debris, try to pick it rather than using cleaner or air in here.
If these are clear remove the mixture screw and apply a blast or two of air or cleaner inside that threaded hole while the primary bore slow speed jet and holder are removed.
Reset the screw to the same position and see if it clears up.
If this clears the issue remove the large brass plug between the two fuel inlets, inside you'll find a strainer, check on its condition.
If neither is found at fault have a look to the speed and mixture screws settings.