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Sounds like a stuck float. If you haven't already, try the Seafoam treatment. Seafoam can help in most situations like this. If not, you may need to tear the carbs apart again and go over the float assembly with a fine toothed comb. You didn't mention how many miles are on the bike but just to let you know, the float valves can wear a groove in them that prevents them from closing properly. If the rubber part of the valve has an indentation in it where it seats with the fuel feed, this may be your problem. Any small crud in this area will cause similar problems. It could be a small piece of silicon or something.
93 VN 750 "Ursula"
Moved R/R 08Sep06
R/R rewire 17Feb07
New R/R, Installed 14Jun08
New Stator installed 10 Jun08
Maintenance Free Battery 12Jan08
Last edited by Sky Rider; 11-26-2006 at 05:58 PM.