Main Motorcycle: Very fast 675
Official Leathers Tester
Join Date: Jan 2002
Location: Seattle, WA
Other Motorcycle: DRZ 400 Bad Idea
Extra Motorcycle: Mad Max the Husqvarna
I'm not sure how the fuel sensor works, but it could be a float. That's how that kind of thing often works. If it's a float, then it may be a while before whatever is gumming it up dissolves. It may also be beyond repair from the varnish.
Kinda funny to think that earlier Daytona 675s are now officially older bikes. Mine is a teenager. They are going to start having old bike issues, like the gummed up fuel level sensor.
It's a squid thing. You wouldn't understand.
Go soothingly on the grease mud, as there lurks the skid demon.