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Suzuki Bandit 600 GSF 2003 Fuel Overflow

Fuel over flow problems - when I fill my tank to the top - petrol spills from the overflow pipe and I lose about 2 - 3 litres of fuel. Is the any solution to this problem?

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  • Kiran Salvi May 31, 2009

    So filling 3/4 is a decent solution but eaglebear - how easy is it to replace the fuel needle or the sfloat in the cup?

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    Derek Hatton Jul 09, 2013

    its coming from under the tank one of the niples of the over flow pipes

  • Derek Hatton
    Derek Hatton Jul 09, 2013

    its coming from under the tank one of the niples of the over flow pipes

  • Kiran Salvi Jul 09, 2013

    Ok so what is the solution?

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Suzuki say not to fill the fuel tank to the top. fill it 3/4 full to allow for heat expansion.

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Your fuel needle is damaged or the float inthe cup is damaged

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