I have a Suzuki 6HP 4 stroke outboard that I am having issues with. It starts fine but will sputter and die when I increase the throttle. It doesn't matter if its in neutral, forward, or reverse. The engine will run when the throttle is kept at or below the starting ignition position. It will run in that range with no issues but there is what sounds like obvious fuel starvation when the throttle is increased the moment I cross that ignition start line on the throttle handle. I changed the gas and the fuel filter and tried using both the internal and external tank with no success. I am now believing that the issue must be in the carb. I am assuming some clogged jets. I grabbed some carb medic and will go out and spray the carb and give that a go. If that doesn't help then I guess I will take the carb off and go from there. Anyone go through this and have some pointers for me? Would there be 2 sets of jets, one for the low end and one for high rev?