No overflow tube?
First post, first KLR, I'm going to love this bike!
One thing that was curious to me though: As I was cleaning the carb (runs fine now) I noticed there's no overflow tube in the float bowl. Owning a Concours, I'm very familiar with carbs that don't have these, and their propensity for producing lovely bent rods via hydrolock while starting. This is a Canadian bike, which I suspect had more BS EPA stuff applied, and that's why it's missing.
So being that I'd rather not have this sort of failure, has anyone installed their own overflow tube? There's a guy in the Concours world that performs this service, and it's known to save engines all the time. But of course, sending things away doesn't seem to be in the KLR spirit, so I'd like to either try it on my own, or pick up a bowl that has the overflow tube already.
Thoughts? Is the KLR maybe not susceptible to hydrolock due to something I'm overlooking?