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I KEEP GETTING PETROL COMING OUT OF OVER FLOW PIPE ON CARB WHEN REVVING WAT IS THE CAUSE OF THIS

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The floating element in the carb. is shaking as well . As you hit the throtle the shaking will lift up the floating element in the carb. house and on the overflow pipe the extra fuel will pass . Adjust the fuel level , check the floating elemnt inside of the carb. case . ( If you not sure , take your bike to the nearest garage . ) I used to play with these things for days . Avoid any damage on the carb . rubber sealant . Keep your eye on the screws ! Some of them are attached with spring as well . Peter

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