Question about 1997 Suzuki TL 1000 S
Try spraying WD40 around the intake boots. If the rpm's change you have a cracked intake boot.
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
First, I would try mixing in some seafoam...also, are you running premium fuel, or regular?
Motorcycle engines are designed for the higher octane ratings, and running regular or mid grade will clog your injectors.
If you run the seafoam through the gas, be sure to do it in your driveway, bike on stand, in neutral. You might have to hold the throttle open a little, depending on what concetration you mix it in at. If the problem is a clogged injector, that will clean it out.
I would also look at your fuel filter and lines from the tank, check for debris that could be impeding the flow of fuel.
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
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