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Gas leaking from the carburators


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You need a proper carb cleaning. Not some run in the gas tank sh*t. If the tank wasn't full when parked, chances are there is rust in the fuel system to get this out you need to disassemble the carburetor and thoroughly clean it.

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Need to take out the carburators and disassemble them completely. Clean all the airways and fuel passages with carburator cleaner aerosol and compressed air. Cleaner sould not contact any rubber elements or they will be destroyed.Check also for free movement the slights with the needles and the cold start valves. Parts are showing here:http://partstream.arinet.com/Image?arik=s4v92978S7HV4vH84i3c&arib=HOM&arim=PlvRPT97U4oQrvKJ304_9A2&aria=c5zpNrwMU6EBLpCPt-rB5A2&ariz=3&ariv=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.babbittsonline.com%2Fhonda-motorcycle-parts
Number 12 are the slight/membrane and number 13 are the cold start valves.

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Honda vt 500 leaking fuel into one cylinder


Need to take out the carburators and disassemble them completely. Clean all the airways and fuel passages with carburator cleaner aerosol and compressed air. Cleaner sould not contact any rubber elements or they will be destroyed.Check also for free movement the slights with the needles and the cold start valves. Parts are showing here:http://partstream.arinet.com/Image?arik=s4v92978S7HV4vH84i3c&arib=HOM&arim=PlvRPT97U4oQrvKJ304_9A2&aria=c5zpNrwMU6EBLpCPt-rB5A2&ariz=3&ariv=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.babbittsonline.com%2Fhonda-motorcycle-parts
Number 12 are the slight/membrane and number 13 are the cold start valves.

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Wont run good unless full choke backfires


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