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Gas is going in to the air filter the bike will not idle something is causing gas to go into air filter took carburetor apart everything was clean dim. height how to check flow height

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Do you mean the floats? if so then take the carb apart again and inside the bottom half you will see 2 pieces of plastic on a spring number 22 on pic when you blow through the petrol intake pipe air will escape from near the floats when you lift them up the air will shut of which is what will happen when the carb is full of petrol if the air dosnt shut of the floats need adjusting bend the spring carefully upwards ( I DO MEAN CAREFULLY) then try again you may have to do this a few times untill you get it right

i would check the needle height first unscrew the throttle cable fromt the top of the carb watch out for the spring and you will see the needle inside the sleeve number 8 on the pic
the needle is number 7 remove the plastic washer from the bottom and pull the needle up a bit you willl see notches on the side of the needle just slide the washer down the side untill it clips into the one you want that will reduce the amount of petrol going into the carb


gas is going in to - 1stdcarb.jpg hope this helps


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