How many turn it take on the air mixture screw to get my 2010 Kawasaki 360 4x4 to start?
For the initial settings - 03-12
- lightly seat the pilot all the way to the back - lightly, too much torque and you'll ruin the o-ring in there - then back out the pilot screw 1 & 1/2 turns. From there - you let it run for 10 minutes or so and then adjust the idle to 1,300 +/- 50 rpm - turn your handlebars left and right after adjustment of the throttle lever to make sure it's okay and not binding up - and do your adjustment from the throttle stop screw. According to the specs, once you set that pilot at 1,300 +/- the rest of the adjustment is done with the throttle stop screw. If you do all that and it's still not picking up fuel - definitely give the intake/carb boot a good look over for any cracks or anywhere vacuum could escape - and if it still doesn't pick up the fuel - give the throttle set screw a turn or two. Had a 2000 Yamaha XT225 carb I rebuilt a few weeks ago - adjusted everything as instructed - but it wasn't picking up the fuel. I gave the throttle set screw about a 1/3 turn in to put a little nudge on the throttle and it fired right up. All The Best and Good Luck - Justin Lee, 17 South Industries, LLC
Apr 30, 2016 |
kawasaki 2010 Prairie 360 4x4