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I have had needles and seats replaced carbs cleaned still too much gas floods out and dumps gas out on my 96 suzuki gsxr 750 there is some rust in the tank will not run ant more

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Hi ,
The jets in the carbies will have to be replaced as they may have been temped with to give more fuel .
if the seats have been changed , the float will have to be reset as well to avoid too much fuel in the carbies .
The rust in the tank will have to be flushed out by filling it up with fuel and tip the tank out .

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