Hey all, new to this forum and new ower of a TW but not new to bikes. My wife and I picked up a 2007 TW200 for her to ride with me. Its a California bike so it has the evap stuff. Everything is 100% stock on this bike with only a few miles. An older couple had owed it to ride around a camp site after they parked their motorhome. Anyway, first ride out and my wife breaks her in rite by dropping it on its side, low speed no visable damage but when I helped her pick it up (bike was laying over center down hill) gas was coming from the overflow. No big deal, I let it sit for a few mins as she walked it off and then I went to go start it up for her... no start.. just cranked and cranked. After messing with it for a few mins I finally got it started by holding the throttle open and cranking. We had about 10 miles to ride back to the truck with no issues. The bike has sat for one week in my shop when yesterday I went to go start it up and it did the same thing, lots of cranking with no start. I was able to get it started but it runs really rough. I happened to unplug the hose coming from the carb to the evap can and it runs a lot smoother. I then shut it off and checked the oil and the oil sight glass was full when the bike was on its side stand after letting it sit for 10 min or so... odd. So I opened up the oil fill plug and the smell of gas hit me. No big deal, know that it was probably from being upsidedown. So I drained the oil and put fresh in then started it up again and it fired right up but when I got to plug the evap line back in to the can its like it chokes it out and wants to die. Right now the bike runs good with the line unplugged from the can and even runs good with my thumb over the line plugging it. What is the issue here?