Question about 2006 Beta RR 250
I have Suzuki gsxr 1100 from 1989 . How do i fix the gas and air on the carburetors
Posted on Dec 13, 2009
Set the fuel level to about 3MM below the gasket surface. I have syncronized them so they are all right together. They all read 8 inches. It idles great but when I snap the throttle it will stumble and if I really open it the engine will stall. I noticed quite a bit of gasoline being blown backwards from the carbs. Is this normal. I have seen this with 2 cycle engines, but don't know if it is normal for a 4 cycle. I have also set the points and ignition timing. I did set the fuel level consideralby higher then the manual said. It said to set the float about 1 inch, and I set them about .675 or something like that, but what I was after was the fuel level in the bowl. It acts like a lean situation, so I raised the metering rods two notches. Could I actually be causing a flooding situation, or is it still to lean? Oh, I did a compression check, all were right around 135psi. ,you need to set the float level to the factory specifications.if i understand your post you have increased the fuel level height in the bowl by 3/8 of an inch and raised the needles also.the only possible result of this is too much fuel.,,,
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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