I recently purchased a 1996 Suzuki GSF600 as my first bike. The bike has 21000 miles on it and wasn't running correctly when I bought it, but it started. The seller told me that the float needle valves needed to be replaced. I replaced them today, and when I went to start the bike it turned over, ran for a second, and died. I tried to start it again and it wouldn't. After a couple tries, the engine wouldn't turn over and I heard a rapid clicking/buzz. I waited a few minutes, tried again, and it turned over but wouldn't start. Any ideas on what I need to adjust or what I could have done incorrectly that would cause this?