OK I seem to be making a habit of this, so I apologize before hand. Here goes. So I'm having a intermitent problem with my carb flooding out (I'm thinking stuck float). I open the carb up (again) and clean. As always everything seems to be fine and there's no problem with the action of the float. I go to reassemble and I'm suddenly confused about which side is 'up' for the float. I refer to my Honda manual and it shows 'flat' side facing down (the side with the bevelled edges facing up). But I've just been looking at the Honda schematics on-line and believe it or not, it is shown the other way. I'm not kidding. Check your manual, and then look at this..... http://www.arizonahonda.net/fiche_image_popup.asp?fveh=4317§ion=191301&year=1995&make=Honda&category=Motorcycles&dc=2681&name=CARBURETOR It clearly shows the float the other way, with the 'belly' of the float hanging down. Now I know it's only a parts schematic, but it is from Honda, and they usually show all the parts the way they install. This actually seems to make more sense to me, but it could be wrong. Which one of these is correct? I'm guessing it will make a huge difference in the amount of fuel that would be allowed to sit in the bowl before activating the shut-off. Could this be the cause of my flooding woes?