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Hit reserve switched taps over and the bike did not run. Luckily there was a petrol station close by so pushed it over. Filled up and would still not start. The bike was flooded. Left it a bit and managed to get it started. Switched the taps back on and the bike runs like a bag of sh**. (Will not tick over coughingetc.). Knock the taps off and it will again run Ok until the carbs are empty. Therefore i can only assume someting is sticking in the carbs. Any ideas? What it a common carb fault that would create this problem?,The proper fix is to take the carb float bowls off and clean then ensuring that there is no stifness or notchiness on the float spindles and no dirt in the fuel inlet where the fuel cutoff seatand valve sits. A quick and dirty fix is to tap both the float bowls with a plastic or wooden screwdriver handle (or simillar) about 10times each side .... this will usually free up the floats if they are the issue .. then turn the taps on and see how it runs,,,

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