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The motorcycle has most likely been in storage with untreated gas left in the carb(s). This can lead to clogged jets and a stuck float causing it to flood. If this isn't the case then it's possible that the float height adjustment is improperly set and causing the flooding. Which ever the case to properly correct the situation is to remove clean and adjust the carb.

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SOURCE: 1998 yahmaha warrior overflow tube on carb

adjust the floater of your carburator give at least 2mm space on the top of it when you lift the floater so it will not overflow.

Posted on Apr 15, 2009

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