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99 katana fuel leak - 1999 Suzuki GSX 600 F (Katana)

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  • joshshafer Feb 09, 2012

    I cleaned it out n checked all o rings their all pretty tight, I realiZed I forgot to set the floater, would that cause it?

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    MakisRC51 Feb 10, 2012

    You mean you forgot to adjust the float height inside the carbs? I don't think that this would necessarily cause that but if the leakage stopped then perhaps it would.

  • joshshafer Feb 10, 2012

    Yea the leak stopped now and I forgot to adjust it with a ruler like te book says I figured that might be why it wasn't firing because before I put all that in and it leaked it started but was boggin out

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    MakisRC51 Feb 10, 2012

    What color do the spark plugs' tips have? Black?

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Clean and tune the carburetors if they overflow. Renew any o-rings or rubber parts inside.Also check the fuel **** under the fuel tank for leakage.

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  • MakisRC51
    MakisRC51 Feb 10, 2012

    You mean you forgot to adjust float height inside the carbs? I don't think necessarily that this would cause that but if the leakage stopped now then perhaps it would.

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