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Flooding on my 2001 426

I have a 426 yam 2001when i got it it didn`t run good. would run great when the choke was on so i cleand it 3 times.found some trash in it. but still run bad it would back fire when i would get on it.so i sent it to the shop , had a vaule job and the carb cleaned and adjusted and still floods while riding. ihave to cut the gas off when i stop.cause gas comes out where the bowl drains.and it ain`t the drain screw.cause it stops when the gas is cut off.i think the choke is not working wright . but when i had it apart it wasn`t sticking ,no dirt was in that area when i cleaned it !!!! it has a oversize gas tankand aftermarket pipe don`t know if jets were changed.the shop said that it leaks cause it has high proformance parts.i wouldn`t know i never had a 4-stroke

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  • jeremy71 May 25, 2009

    what u mean seats

  • jeremy71 May 29, 2009

    Thank you so much . I've had it in the shop 2 times and it didnt do nothing but cost me money and lots of it. So once again thanks

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High performance parts do not cause the leak on other bikes. sounds like it is the needle and seat is not sealing or the o-ring around the seat is bad.

Posted on May 25, 2009

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    Jeff Policky May 25, 2009

    High performance parts do not cause the leak on other bikes. sounds like it is the needle and seat is not sealing or the o-ring around the seat is bad.

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    Jeff Policky May 30, 2009

    The needle and seat inside the carb. It is attached to the float, to stop the fuel flow to the carb when the float bowl is fill to the properer level. if it does not stop the flow then the fuel will over flow into the engine and out of the carb.

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