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After i turn on my fuel.gas comes out carb vent hoses. and into airbox.if i leav the gas on it floods and pores out.its a 95 suzuki katana 600.i belive the fuel pitcock is bad thers a diafram n it that gos to a carb vac line on back of pitcock.i took it apart and the little copper c clip inside looks bent.and im thinking its leting to much fuel pass threw.the c clip aplies pressure to a diafram inside of pitcock .as the pitcock fuel knobe is turnd.the flouts should be good in carbs. i just road bike yesterday.also the fuel fills up in the cyilenders if i leav the fuel on. i put an inline shut off on each line to use as a fuel regulater.still didnt stop the prob.can u tell me why the fuel is comeing out the lines when i turn on the gas?call 1 276 336 1267 im jimmy this is my cell plz help

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Floats are stuck allowing fuel to flow . remove carbs and rebuild them slowly you ll need to set float levels too

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First things need to do : check your carburetor and ignition system
Make sure they working well.

Suzuki Katana 95 ( specs.
Carburetor 1988-1997: Mikuni BST32 x 4
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Ignition timing: 13° B.T.D.C. below 1500 rpm

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You may need to rebuild the fuel tap with a new diaphram kit.

The fuel tap has a small rubber diaphram and plunger, which can go hard, stick closed , or wear out and get a hole.
Also check the vacumn hose than opperates the tap is in good condition
Pri bypasses the vacumn opperated fuel tap, sometimes this can cause the carbs to flood or have higher than normal float levels..
Running it on prime can also cause the carbs to flood fuel into the engine filling the sump, which then s ucks fuel vapour through the crank breather into the airbox, and then through the carbs causing over rich.
If this has happened you also need to change the oil and fit a new air filter element

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Hi and welcome to FixYa,

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Good luck and thank you for asking FixYa.

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