Will the machine keep running with the choke on at all times? That's a sign of a fuel flow problem still, such as a venting issue in your fuel cap, or your fuel valve on the tank itself is gummed up with some crap. Take your fuel line off on the carb end, and get yourself a catch can of some type and turn on the fuel valve and look for a good steady flow of fuel. The carb float height could be out of adjustment also, and not letting enough fuel into the bowl to keep the machine running, as well as looking through all the jets carefully and see if something is maybe not still lodged in one of the jets keeping fuel from coming though. I would also look for leaks on the intake manifold to the engine for cracks in it or leaks.
Thats a couple of good places to start to look, and let us know what it does from there.
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