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1996 suzuki 750 katana can you buy just the carb bowl gasket and the gas needle valve

Needle gas valves worn gaskets for float bowl gaskets need replaced 1996 Suzuki 750 katana

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Yes you can buy a needle valve assembly which consists of a needle ,o ring,and needle seat.in the UK they are about £40 each !

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1996 750 katana suzuki how to set floats?


- Now days some carburetors are produced which are fixed and no adjustment is provided.The float is made up of whole plastic like material.
Some floats have the copper/metal notch for the adjustment of fuel level.
- Take the carburetor assembly out.
- Remove the fuel bowls.
- Place the carburetor assembly with the floats upward towards yourself.
- Float level gauge and active data list (taken from the workshop manual) is required to carry out the adjustment. But you can simply adjust the float level correctly without any gauge.
- Hold the carburetor assembly at your eye level in such a way that the carburetor No. 1 is in front of you. Behind is No. 2 carburetor, then behind is No. 3 and then the No. 4. Or we can say that the carburetor No. 1 hides the carburetors 2, 3, and 4.
- Examine carefully the floats of all the individual carburetors be parallel to the surface of the carburetor where the float bowl face is seated and tightened.
- Adjust the float level by bending the float notch towards the needle valve (to decrease the float level and to raise the float) or away from the needle valve to increase the float level (to lower the float).

Apr 16, 2015 | 1996 Suzuki GSX 750 F (Katana)

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Gas pouring out of overflow tube, gas in crank case


Definitely a carb. clean problem. Gas is more than 6 months old & has float needle stuck. Clean carbs. & always replace the float needle valve assy\'s & bowl gaskets. There is nothing you can put in the gas tank to clean carb correctly.

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recheck and clean /adjust floats pet **** doesnt stop fuel in bowl if floats out of adjustment or valve sticking/debris will allow fuel to constant flow

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1996 Suzuki Katana 600 is leaking fuel out of the carbs. I adjusted the float bowls and cleaned them. Got new fuel line. Used silicone on the gaskets in the float chamber to strengthen them. Possibly need...


Hi,
That means you only adjusted the float and did not check the needle stopper/valve that stops the fuel flow going into the fuel chamber.
Check the valve if it needs to be replace or some dirt might hampers the sealing of the needle.
PLEASE DON'T USE SILICONE ON CARBURETOR( silicone dissolves when mixed w/ gasoline )!
Use a 3bond sealer.
Hope that helps you out!

Aug 07, 2011 | 1993 Suzuki GSX 600 F (Katana)

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Left side lick gas out of one of the lines that line is at the bottom of the carb


The line that are on the bottom of carbs are your fuel over flow to the float bowl,floats may have become fuel soaked do to age makeing them heavy not allowing the float needle valve to stop the flow when the bowls are full,or the float needle valve are worn resulting in same thing,or it could just be stuck,first try to tap the bowl,just tap,to see if you can free it up,if that does not work,then you will have to rebuild/clean the carbs,and inspect,I would use rebuild kit,and new float needle valve assembly.

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How do I tell if I need a new float and needle valve (gas just pours out of float bowl when gas opened), or could mine just be sticking. Needle valve (I believe that's the one in the adjuster screw under...


is the float needle. could be dirty the float itself can be adjusted to push up the needle. the piece with the screw is for gas adjustment. take the bowl, needle out and clean with carb. cleaner careful not to wet the bowl rubber gasket(carb. cleaner will expand gasket). put all parts back and retest. if it leaks again take apart and look where the needle goes to the float and slightly bend the little stick to push the needle upwards. reasemble and test again.

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I went to install my carburetor,and when i hooked it up,and turned the gas on, gas was pouring out of the third carb right on the ground. how can i fix it?


The float is stuck in that carb, remove the carbs again remove the float bowl on that carb see if the float will move up and down easily including the needle valve if not strip it clean it replace all components adjust the float to the correct height(you will find that information in a workshop manual) refit the bowl again and carbs refill with fuel and see if it stiil overflows, if so you will need to strip the carb again and replace the needle valve.

Mar 01, 2010 | 1991 Suzuki GSX 600 F (Katana)

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My Suzuki Intruder 750 of 1985 is not running smooth and is giving fuel from the first cilinder exhaust , my best guess is the choke which is may be stuck , what do you think ?


It could be a stuck choke, but it could be a stuck carb float, or needle valve. You may want to pull the carb bowl off and check and clean.
Once you get the bowl off, you can use a can of spray carb cleaner to spray the needle valve (gas inlet to carb), and inside the bowl, any jets and around the choke. Also check your air cleaner.
While you're at it, pull the spark plugs, and check to see how they look. I would clean them with carb cleaner, make sure there's clean metal at the electrode and replace any that look questionable.

Dec 12, 2009 | 1996 Suzuki VS 800 Intruder

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Carbuator leaks gas on motorcycle


Two possibilities; the float bowl gasket is leaking, or the carburetor is overflowing (gasoline is coming out of the overflow tube).
If coming from the float bowl gasket, simply remove the float bowl and replace the gasket.
If it is overflowing remove the float bowl, pull out the float hinge pin, remove float and float valve. Clean the valve and inspect the valve for excess wear (a noticeable groove worn into the tapered seat) and replace if needed. While you have the float out, shake it and listen for any gasoline that may have leaked inside it. If there's liquid inside the float, toss it and buy a new one (or else your carb will overflow with gasoline constantly). Before you put the float bowl back on be sure to clean it out with soapy water and an old tooth brush.
That should take care of any leaks or overflowing.

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