Question about 2007 Bajaj CT 100
Ok so i just got act 100 with 15k miles on it. i was riding just fine all day but on my way home i got on it a lil and when i let off the throttle closed but the bike kept goin full throttle. so i check my pants
Shut it off and pull over so tried restarting it and immediatly it started revving outta control. so i shut it off.(i noticed a lil gas comin outta the far right carb.) the throttle won't snap back but i can force it back and i see the cable moving the butterflys open and shut (to the point where the tension on the throttle cable is released)but it won'd stop the revs. now i can't start it without having to turn it off cause it revs til redline. any ideas on what to look at first??? thanks.That would just continue to let gas go into the carb. Without air getting into the system that's not going to be the issue. So if the butterflys are closed and it's still reving like crazy then it's getting air from somewhere. Check to make sure all your vaccum lines are hooked up well and that there aren't any cracks in these lines or the carb boots. Make sure the carb boots are tightened well.,,
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