Question about 1981 kawasaki Csr 1000
Your overflow pins don't get enough pressure to seal the hole. Could be the barrels, or anything preventing the pins from going all the way up. You might want to remove your carb, tear it apart
(very carefully if you do it some, not to lose anything) and give it a nice cleaning. A practical test to check if it works after reassembly, is to blow air ( mouth, not compressor) to see if the barrels go up. You will feel it. If none of the above happens, you have probably worn pin sealers. Replacement is tricky. Leave it to people with special tools. Screwdrivers are NOT friendly with bronze.
Posted on Oct 11, 2010
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