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Suzuki Jr 80 when going fast will choke itself off and gas drains out carb tube

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Sounds like a stuck float in your carb

Posted on Oct 31, 2012

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SOURCE: Gas leaking from bottom of carb on 90cc ATV

yes there is a tube that goes on it. It hangs straight down about an inch or two past the botom of the 4 wheelers frame. It is for a overflow of gas, which is usally caused by either dirt in the carb holding the float to high and allowing the gas to just run straight thru and out the bottom of the carb or a bent or maladjusted float setting. But since you said it just started, i would suggest this. I have fixed many and many bikes by simply removing the carb bottom and cleaning it with carb cleaner. It onlty takes a small piece of dirt between the float needle to keep the needle from making a good seat in the carb. Clean it well Please be carefull and keep the carb well away from your face as to not get any blowback of cleaner in your eyes(IT BURNS) This should fix your probblem

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Posted on May 31, 2009

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SOURCE: Won't idle without choke

The pilot jet controls the air/gas fuel mix at idle . If the jet gets plugged up not enough gas gets to the emgine at idle. You will need to remove the carbs and float bowls and clean them, paying special attention to the pilot valve. Count the number of turns to remove the pilot screw and replace the same number of turns then turn counter clockwise 1/2 turn.

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SOURCE: 1991 yz 80 won't run with choke off.

Go to http://www.carlsalter.com/motorcycle-manuals.asp , and down load a (free) manual, then go through the trouble shooting section.

Posted on Dec 30, 2009

SOURCE: I have a 03 Yamaha 660 raptor one of the carbs

Did you reset (adjust)the float inthe float chamber to tht carburator which is leaking ?
You will probabley have to adjust tht float to stop from overflowing in other words we call it flooding.
Check the float pin of wear at the tip.
Hope this helps!

Posted on Mar 02, 2010

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vapor lock? float level ? main needles to low

Posted on Mar 07, 2010

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