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Carbs are rebuilt and gas tank was acid washed to remove rust but the overflow steel tube in side the tank rusted thru and now you haft to plug the bottom of the plastic overflow tube to prevent the fuel from running out. That all being said it runs perfect up to 70 and then bogs out producing no power after that. I think the wires and plugs are good. I don't think that tube is for air flow but I could be wrong. It's a 2002 suzuki katana GSX 600F. Thanks for any help.

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