Question about 1981 Suzuki GS 750 L
Your float needle is not sealing, either because they are bad or because your flat height is set wrong. If the carbs were fine before and just started leaking then I would replace the float needles considering the age of the bike. You can try to clean them up, but the amount of time and energy spent doesn't on that wouldn't be cost effective ( in the time area ) Yes the fuel is getting in your oil if it's overflowing. Anpther thing you have to worry about is hydrolocking the motor. when gas fills up the cylinders and you try to start it you can bend a rod because fuel ( or water type substances ) doesn't compress. If you try to start it but it stops cranking suddenly. stop trying to start it and pull the plugs. BE VERY CAREFUL... when yo spin the motor over with no plugs it will spit fuel ( Only if Hyrolocked ) you want to cover the holes with some rags but make sure the spark plug wires are out of the way. You don't want to catch yourself, the bike or anything surrounding you on fire. Hope this helps
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
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