starting a vehicle using a choke is a delicate procedure.. flooding the engine is super easy using the choke.. i guess it's something you learn over time after screwing it up a bunch of times.. we have a 650 jet ski that has a choke and we still flood it when we're pissed it won't start and we're drifting in the bay... have you tried to start the bike since? you should be okay with the gas situation by now and you'd just have to let it crank a few extra times.. i think what you should do at this point in time is get the battery charged enough to crank that engine and let it clear itself of the extra gas that was dumped in there from the choke.. if the bike doesn't crank after getting some juice in the battery come back on here and post up what you did because you may have to invest in a new battery and/or check out the starter.. if the bike cranks but will not start then play with the choke sparingly though. and never try to start the bike for more than i'd say 10seconds or so at a time. if the bike continues to crank the starter will get hot and you'll risk burning it up and essentially frying it..Thanks again Smashbox for your suggestions and help!!
Now that u mentioned it, it did felt like it was lugging a bit before the engine stopped.
If anyone live close to San Bernadino County, and would like to offer some hints (fzr 600 specific) and help, i would really appreciate it. But for now, I probably have to get a bike stand/some tools/new battery or a charger to start the bike back up. Also a good way to get to know my bike. There's about mid 20k miles on it, maybe then i can get my carbs checked.
Yeah someone did mentioned the flooding possibility, what would i need to do to prevent that from happening again?
to get even more of an understanding you could always search howitworks.com if that even still exists and see how a choke on a carb works so you'll understand more about what happens when you do use the choke and how the butterflies operate and what not.. when your bike was running and you gassed it, did it hesistate or did it accelerate smoothly.. reason i'm asking is because if you gassed it and didn't get a response for a second or so one or more of the high speed butterflies may be sticking.. it's just the nature of a carb, or at least the ones i've delt with.. let me know if i'm hitting you with too much info too soon! i'm sorry if i am.
PM me if you'd like. I'm more than happy to keep talking about this.