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2001 cr125 stored for 2 years with no problems when stored. Changed out the fuel, gear oil, and cleaned carb recently. got bike to fire up no problem, but now fuel is blowing out my exhaust. what could it be?

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Replace the needle and seat in the float chamber. You can try cleaning the carb again this time using lacquer thinners, the only stuff that really cleans the gum that gas turns into when left standing, but consider a new carb kit.

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