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hi a while ago i had a carb rebuild from a local shop in prescott valley az it never ran rite and the shop owner refused to repair..anyway i pulled the carbs myself straightened out the float problem and put the carbs back on the bike. it started great
but started leaking above the float bowls and it looks like it is seeping from the choke
o-rings is this possable and can i repair myself without another major rebuild?? it is also wet where the air cleaner sits..hmmmmm.. rotten job..

thx mastercylinder
 

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Welcome to the forum! It sound like your float level is a lil too high. If that is not the case, you have a piece of crap holding your float needle from seating & turning off the fuel flow.
Another thing to check is the gas cap. If it isnt venting, you will over pressurize your fuel system!
Don't buy after market needles if you need one. They must be OEM or they will not work right!
Visit Randakk's web site for more usefull info on carbs. He is a carb guru!
Hatch.
 
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