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I have a 1999 650 vstar classic, the drain line has a constant flow of fuel instead of single drops its a massive flow. Does anyone have any idea on how to fix this problem i need help.

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Sounds like its you needle and seets need to be replaced I just had same problem new needle and seets fixed it or may need your floats adjusted

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