First weekend - stalling/idle issues
So I finally got my 99 Vulcan back from the shop and just in time for the weather to turn around. I've read the verses like a lot of you suggested in my intro post and did some cleaning when I got it back. I don't have iridium spark plugs or the amg battery yet but will be looking to upgrade soon (I bought a brand new battery before I knew the difference). At any rate, I decided to go out for a ride today and everything seemed fine. I came home and figured what the hell lets go fill her up.
So, here's a little backstory. The bike hasn't really been run or ridden in years. The shop did a full carb clean and replaced all the fluids and lubed everything up, new plugs and air filters. I swapped out the air filters for K&N high flow ones and added a little sea foam in the tank when I got it back on Friday. I rode it around a bit Sat with no issue, other than me not being smooth of shifts. Today after I filled it up with 93 (first time filling it at the station) I got maybe 3 miles down the road and came to a light. It stalled out as soon as I tried to go and I couldn't get it going for the life of me. I ended up having to push it into a parking lot, failing miserably trying to jump it by popping it into first. My GF ended up having to meet me and I jumped it (killed the battery trying to get it started). I got it going and it stalled again on the way home -- repeated the process and luckily coasted into my driveway after another stall.
I let it sit for a few hours and went to go get some food. When I came back I read the POOGS posts and cleaned the hell out of the vent and let it sit. When I tried to start it again it was really hard to start but I got it going. It backfired really loud 2x before it started and honestly, it scared me pretty good. I played with the idle and got it to sit around 1000 rmp but then it would rev up to 4-5k without me touching anything. It did this like 4 or 5 times before I said screw it and took it for a short ride. I went maybe 5 miles with no issues and was able to fire it right up when I got back after shutting her down. I was happy but I'm not exactly confident in her yet after what happened earlier today.
My question is kind of open ended. What do you think it could be/do you think I'm safe to ride to work tomorrow or is that too risky? Is it possible that the seafoam broke up some of the crud in the gas tank and it clogged up for a bit or maybe it was a vacuum issue? What would cause it to rev up at idle like that/should I be worried about it. This is my first bike and I don't really know much so pardon any stupid questions.
I really want to ride it tomorrow seeing as it's going to be almost 70 here in MA Monday and Tuesday, I just really don't want to get stranded. I've already got the don't call me again speech (she isn't a fan of the bike lol).