I went for an awesome ride up the spur on Saturday which turned nasty when the skies opened. On the way home in pouring rain I ran into trouble when I pulled up at some lights on Maroondah highway and the bike stalled. When I couldnt get it going I walked it off to the side of the road and after letting it sit for a bit was able to start it with choke, but as soon as I let it idle it stalled (as in, bike won't idle it just cuts out). I got it started again and after revving for a while it would idle for me so I went a bit further before the same thing happened at the next set of lights. I managed to start it again and get it home by keeping the revvs up the whole time because I could feel as soon as it reached idle it would cut out. So... this only happenes in the wet. What's wrong with my bike and how do I fix it? I assume it's water getting into something it shouldn't... carburettor or fuel line??? My bike is a 1988 SRX250 and apart from this has had no mechanical problems. Since it's dried out it's been running like a dream.