Question about 2002 Suzuki GSF 600 S Bandit
You should adopt the habit of turning the fuel tap off when not riding, this will isolate the gravity pressure from the fuel in the tank.
The jets control fuel flow when engine is running,
I would think your float needle and seat is worn in one or more carby's. try a spray through of carby cleaner by turning fuel tap off and taking fuel drain screws out of all 4 carby's, disconnect fuel hose from fuel tap, allowing fuel to drain from lines and carby's. Spray carby cleaner into fuel hose and allow to flow out through all four carby's, allow to drain fully and dry out. Replace drains and fuel line and let fuel flow to carby's and see if a spray clean has done the job.
If not, inspect each floatbowl needle and seat. The link below gives exploded views of the bike in sections, with part names to help you get to them. Cheers.
Posted on Jul 31, 2010
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