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1974 kawasaki 900Z1 carburater bowl over flow spilling gas

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The float is either not closing fully due to a bit of trash preventing it from fully sealing or the float is stuck open. Another possibility is that the float has a pinhole in it and no longer floats. Remove the float when you clean the carb then check it. It should be light as a feather and have nothing but air inside it. If the float is bad, it looks like Babbitt's has them. Please rate my answer. Thanks.
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