Ok, bit of background - 85 RG250 with blown head gasket Had in shed for a few years, thought it was either going to the wreckers or I was going to pull it apart and do it myself even though I dont know what the hell Im doing. So I pulled it completely apart, cleaned it and put it back together again. Well, the engine has been rebuilt now, new head and base gaskets, powervalves serviced, new coils etc (I had to take it to MR motorcycles in SA) because I kept snapping bolts with my dodgy torque wrench. Anyway, I put it all back together, gave it fluids, charged the batt and went to try and start her up on Sunday. I turned the fuel switch on and fuel started gushing out of some tubes in the carbs. Ive got some pics at bikepics.com where you can see the tubes - http://www.bikepics.com/members/linerunner/85rg250/ its the tubes for BOTH carbs, the greenish ones at the bottom as well as the black one to the right of the choke, below the idle screw. When I took it apart I had to take the tops off the carbs because im a retard and couldnt get the throttle cables off any other way, which meant the carbs were in two parts for some time - I thought Id put them back together again right!! I know that this is a difficult problem! I dont even know where to start! Its like they fill up with fuel and just overflow but I dont know what that could be. Any advice would be greatly appreciated!! Im totally stuffed!!