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Fuel dumping out line which comes out of carbs to back of breather...

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  • exoticsrus Sep 25, 2009

    does it need a special puller to strip down the carbs????

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Your bike has mis adjusted carb floats or the float valve is stuck open from dirt and contaminants, you need a carb clean. Avoid riding it while this problem continues. Fuel could be running into the intake, into the cylinder and washing the oil off of the cylinder walls. This removes the lubrication from your engine and will cause bigger problems. Check your oil for fuel.

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