Hey all, I have a 2000 Honda Magna VF750C2, I had not ridden in a month or so, I went out to start the bike just to let it run for a little while and noticed there was a leak on the left side while it ran, it had a pretty good flow. I didn't get a chance to work on it for a a couple weeks but went back out to check it and it wasn't leaking anymore when running, I road around to test, maybe 5 miles or so and it didn't start leaking. Well, recently I went out to go for a ride and it was leaking again. I decided it was time to pull the carbs and check the float needles (not sure the technical name for them), they all seemed to move correctly when lifting and letting the floats fall back to position. I replaced all float bowls. Bench synched the carbs, and checked the pilot screws, because the bike had been back-firing when reducing speed before the leak. 2 pilot screws were screwed out at about 2 1/2 turns, one was 1 turn, the other was 2 turns out. I returned each to 2 1/2 turns out, like it says in the repair manual. Replaced the carb bank (anyone that has every done this on a Magna knows how much fun that is!! ), after a few tries the bike started, had to adjust the idle a bit but she ran pretty good, sounded better than before. And the leak was gone. I ran the bike for about a half hour, didn't have time to ride very far, to the corner and back because I had been working on it all day and had other engagements. That was last weekend. Yesterday I went out to start her up and let her run for a little while and the leak is back, coming from carb no 1, it looked, at first, like it was coming from the bowl over flow, I tuned the overflow screw and it increased. I traced the best I could where the leak was coming from and it looks to be coming from the top of the carb. Any ideas where up at the top it could be coming from?