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94 suzuki katana gsx600f idling high (around 3k to 4k) and when shut off and sitting leaking fuel out of over flow on carbs. ive cleaned out carbs and adjusted floats. whats next?

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Have u check the shut off valve in carb is working

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Take the fairings off so you can see and let the bike sit and run at idle. With a battery powered flashlight check the bike over closely until you find the leak. Wipe everything off dry and check again so you are sure where it is coming from. Then ( with the air box removed) rev the motor while looking with the flashlight and see if ti shoots fuel out one of the carb throats. Dry everything off and double check again.

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