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Suzuki bandit 1998 over flow

Just filled up the tank and now have continues feed of petrol coming oput of a tube wich runs from the tank to the bottom of the bike is this just an overflow thing in wich case I will simply drain it till it stops . What do you think ?.

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Sound like you have stuck floats try tapping on the bottom of carb with but end of a screw driver even if that works your going to have problems if it continues you neeed to pull carb and check float vavle if you think you can tackle it let me know ill let u in on a couple of tricks for sticky vavles

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