You obviously missed something or caused a problem during assembly or installation - if a crumb of soil accidentally enters the fuel inlet nipple during fuel line installation, it may prevent the float needle from shutting off fuel when the float rises causing a mysterious flooded float bowl on a freshly rebuilt carb. Kinda like a surgeon leaving an instrument in a patient - sometimes it causes a problem and sometimes it only results in setting off a metal detector in a restricted access location. Sometimes a crumb of soil keeps the float needle open, sometimes it obstructs the opening and slows fuel delivery and sometimes it flushes through and spends it's life laying on the bottom of the float bowl.2005 500HO
carb over fueling, remove carb, clean, install oem carb kit, r/r fuel filter. no more fuel leaking from bowl but have fuel spraying out of the Air jet on front of the carb (intake side). Did i miss something when i reassembled the carb, is there any adjustments that are needed on the jets for this make of carb.