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Nsr 125 2000 problem with petrol

When ive rode the bike and stop petrol comes out of the over flow not sure if its from carb or the tank

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    Hey, my nsr has just started ******* oil out the overflow on the main oil tank, even when the bike is off after a ride it continues to pour on the ground, what could this be?

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Hi!
Your description although very brief appears to relate to carburretor as overflow will only occur due to sticking float valve.
A clean up of internals required, attention carefully to float valve.
Good luck!
Oh if you respond positively with Fixya button it will be a great help?
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