richie at webhackande.se
Fri Nov 9 00:03:32 PST 2007
> No. If there's ANY grit in the fuel it can prevent the float valve
> needles from sealing and can cause hydrolock. Ask me how I know.
> Dunno what would cause it to overflow while running, though, except
> perhaps a stuck or improperly adjusted float valve. After you figure
> it out be sure to change your oil.
The very same dirt in the fuel that can foul up the float valves. Ask me
how I know. ;-)
In my case, the speck was barely visible.
Musts: Grease the steering head bearing, get an inline fuel filter and
remove the front blinker metal plates. Those three items will probably
pre-empt at least 80% of the costs of GPZ problems we get. :-)
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