Problem with my FZR: First, the carbs were dirty due to the wintertime and bad fuel with. So, cleaned the carbs. Nothing special. Does happen often in the spring. Most of the years there is one bike in the spring with faulty carbs. After that I balanced the carbs. Build the bike together and ready. Next time I wanted to ride, the cilinder number 2 was flooded. Crank full with fuel too. So, swapped oil and filters and cleaned the carburators again. Since then, problems. I can start the engine without choke ( too rich?) After a few seconds the engine is flooding and the bike stalls due to too much fuel. It is possible to keep the engine running, but only with 100% throttle and then the engine makes about 1.500 rpm. Changed fuel level, now the engine is running a little time longer, but if I try an testrun, after 100 meters the engine stalls. If I shut the petcock, the engine does run good untill te bowls are empty. If I disconnect the fuelpump, the fuel level is not high enough to feed the engine under load. And with fuelpump, the engine floods. Here are some pics I made checking fuel level on the bike. Level without fuelpump: http://www.celica.dds.nl/plaatjes/brommer/fzr/carbs/3LNcarb04zp.jpg Level with pump and running engine: http://www.celica.dds.nl/plaatjes/brommer/fzr/carbs/3LNcarb06mplopend.jpg So, I am afraid there is something wrong with the floats or float level pin. So I ordered float needle valves at Yamaha. Searched the internet, found Blair at Litetek. Ordered the gasketkit and asked for help. Blair advised me to join 2fiftycc. I did. He advised me to probably change the emulsionpipes and the needles too. Found them at motorcyclywarehouse, but that is an complete rebuild kit. Is there a way to buy just the two pieces somewhere? Yamaha can deliver them, I know, but only at massive prices. Ideas anyone?