well i just got done putting my bike back together. I had a lot of it apart so i could clean it, grease it, and adjust the rear shock. Adjusting the rear shock did require me to take the airbox boot off the carb, but other than that, the carburetor was NOT touched. So i got everything back together and go to kick it over after sitting for about a month. Turn the fuel ON and about two seconds later i hear liquid dropping to the ground...its gas. I turn the fuel off and the gas stops. Ok, i think to myself "maybe the bowl is full" because while i had the carb visible, i twisted the throttle several times in fascination of "the squirt"...which eventually led to all the "squirted" fuel being dumped out of an overflow. Atleast thats what i figured because the flow of fuel stopped after a couple of seconds without me interfering. I dont see how dirt could have gotten into the carb because i had the orifice covered the whole time. Bike ran perfect before i tore it down. Also, i said what the heck, let me atleast get it started. So i kicked it with the fuel off. Started right up and its about 30 degrees out. I rode it up and down the block with the fuel off and it ran great and idled fine. Tried turning the fuel on again and a second later i had a puddle of fuel under my bike. Any ideas? I love this bike but the bs is starting to get to me.