Went with Basil, aka; Broke Down Suzuki Rider, to check out the work he was doing on his bike.
At the end of the riding season last year the old Suzuki had a little leak down in one of the outer cylinders and filled his crankcase with extra fluids.
Suspecting a malfunctioning float BDSR pulled the bank of carbs off and checked the faulty float.
Nothing major seemed to be wrong with the floater other than it and the other three carbs needed a good cleaning.
With the assistance of a Harley rider, whose repair kit contains a hammer and chisel, the cleaning project swung into full gear.
As can happen during minor repairs one of the float posts decided to break under light hammering which initiated a barrage of cuss words.
With the Handyman's Other Secret weapon, J-B Weld, a quick and tardy repair was needed.
I assisted the best I could considering I had to offer sage advice whilst drinking a beer.
But in due time and a couple of beers later the repair was completed and BDSR had the parts back on by the next morning and reports were that It actually sounded and ran better.
Good motorcycle mechanics are not born, they are trained while drinking beer.