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I HAVE A 1996 SUZUKI GSXR 750T, I ASKED A QUESTION A FEW DAYS AGO CONCERNING THE GAS IN THE CRANKCASE. THE TECH SUGGESTED THAT THE FLOAT WAS STUCK ALLOWING GAS FROM THE TANK TO CONTINUALLY FLOW INTO THE CARB, THEN IF THE VALVES ARE OPEN THE GAS POORS STRAIGHT TO THE CRANKCASE. THE FLOATS ALL CHECKED OUT FINE AND APPEAR TO BE IN ORDER. WHAT DO YOU THINK IS THE NEXT LOGICAL STEP TO CHECK?

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Also if you have excessive blow by at the rings you can see that occasionally

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Basically thts the onlyway the fuel can go into the engine if the floats are stuck, another way for thefue to enter the engine is via the air-filter box which may hve the engine breather pipe attached to it somewhere below the box, but yet again the major cause is the float/s.

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While the vacuum line to the fuel cut-off valve is a possibility, it would be very remote as it would result to an abnormally high idle or flooding since the vacuum is only present when the engine is running. A most likely possibility is any of the fuel inlet valve not closing the fuel inlet port as actuated by the floats. Common problems are dirt/sand/rust stuck in either the valve or the float allowing fuel to flow even if the bowl is already full; necks/grooves/scratches on the needle, float height adjustment or in some instances, punctured floats.

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