The mounts are pretty expensive, but the flags are priceless.
I'm thinking it was the temp difference of the working motor vs. motor off to change plugs. (expansion of the gasket/expansion of the leak) combined with the increased vacuum pressure of the motor at work hot.I'll keep this in mind. Not sure that magically clear it's self with swapping the plugs. It's a heat related problem for sure though. In the process of understand how to display the error codes. But I keep this in mind.
It's possible that it's the needle "seat" and not the needle itself.pulled carbs to see if I could figure out why number 2 has a steady stream of gas pouring out of the bowl vent.... didn't see anything out of place, jets are clean, swapped float and needle with a different carb, its still leaking... stumped. oh well.
Don't you ride a '90s xt600? Not really old, rare, or hard to get parts for. I don't think I've ever heard of an authorized dealer refusing to work on a bike they represent for those reasons. Time to find a new dealership.Took my bike to the dealer yesterday to get it worked on. They declined to work on it because it is too old, rare, and hard to get parts for. Guess I will have to tinker with it some this evening and see what I can do before I break down and set it on fire.