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Todays fuel is so full of crap that if left standing for any length of time will gunge up carb jets. The only solution I\'m sorry to say will be a full strip and clean of the fuel system & carbs. If you don\'t know what you are doing get someone who does. Stripping a carb is no job for the uninitiated.
have a look at the motor carefully and try and see if the motor is a licensed copy of any other bike engine, e.g the chinese bikes copy honda's CG125 and CBR 125 engines, i know in japan and other places around the world they use CBR 150's which is just a bored out 125 motor.
if it helps find the manual of the bike in question and look at the set up for the carb and try it, but based on what your saying depending on the carb type
i'd suggest moving the carb needle down a notch as its seems to be getting too much fuel.
Clay, you have a tiger by the tail. There are a lot of little parts to the carb system. I will try to assist you in the basics without carb removal. This may require a few replies back and forth. Start by turning off the gas then drain the carbs. Now turn on the gas and check to see that fuel flows into each carb. If gas starts flowing out of all the float bowls, now that the gas is back on, then all carbs are getting gas. To drain the carbs just remove the drain screw on the bottom of each carb float bowl. Two carbs have the drain screw on the left, two have it on the right side. Reply with what you find.
This is an overflow tube. When the float in the carb sticks it lets fuel keep going in the carb. A lot of times it is just a small piece of debris. And you can usually hit the bottom of the carb and the float will close. If not take the carb off and remove the screws that hold the float bowl on and clean the float needle valve.
Also have the same bike and have just sorted that problem. Firstly the fuel pipe with the filter goes on the highest bit of fuel valve nearest the tank then the vaccum on the lowest bit. As for stalling when reved i found that the carburretor needle had come off the slide and when you opened throttle the needle never moved when slide and needle replaced and re attached it worked fine.
wow, 7 years without use! try to check if the fuel pump motor is still working... also check the fuel lines if its clogged.. I hope you get your bike up and running again... feel that adrenaline rush when going 100+mph.. hehehe.. have a good one bro...