Question about 1993 Suzuki GSX-R 750 WP
I have a 1993 GSX-R 750 WP and I think this is a weird situation ( You May Not Think So) but my bike was given to me by my uncle in another state he doesnt now any about bikes. the bike starts and idles fine you can rev it and it idles back fine but when you ride it and start to put a load on it it hesitates then attempts to cutoff. I had the carbs cleaned. But the the problem remained. I took the air filters off and i tried to ride but then it hesitates then kicks in like it wants to go until the next gear. This is unrideable. I have checked fuel lines vacuum lines. I sounds like it has either to much air or to much fuel or not enough of either. if that was the case why it idling normally. If i need a need set of Carbs can you help me by recommending a correct set at a very low cost?
A lot of the times a problem like this is solved by either cleaning or replacing the fuel filter. Check the diagrams of the bike or just call a local dealership and ask the techs if they can tell you where the fuel filter is. I would try that first before going out and replacing the carbs because you may still have the same problem if the fuel filter is the problem.
Posted on Dec 06, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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