Thank you for the suggestion, if i use variable choke for more than 10 mins it works fine but my concern is, the weather in my place banaglore is around 77F or 25 degree C and i am facing this after i got my bike serviced for the last but one time. I have run n no.of time to service station but could not resolve the problem. once i had cleanned both the piston one at right side of my engine and another which is locateda at left side, it had resolved the problem once for a day. Later it started recurring... then i cleaned once more hoping it will resolve but no luck it did not resolve the problem. My concern is will there be any electrical problem or piston problem. Need suggestions like experts like you.
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Re: Same pulsar problem.
Well this seems to be a mechanical problem but not with the engine.
get your choke cable fixed or replaced.
or post me your problem properly on my same address @gmail.
i'll try to resolve it.
i still cant get your problem. that ur choke doesn't work or works improper. do write me/mail me
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Hi, Anonymous if your Pulsar was not making these noises before you took it for service then I would suggest you take it back to your service provider and politely voice your concerns with them. Good luck and have a nice day.
well, start with a basic tune up, spark plug etc. Gasoline is a real problem as of late. A lot of pump gas is now oxygenated, containing 10% ethanol, be absolutely sure you're using premium or gas that contains NO alcohol.
Doing this, if it's still weak you should do a compression test and see if the engine is getting tired.
Try to make the accelerator cable a bit looser. You can adjust it by turning the adjustin screw in on the accelerator grip on the hande bar. Make sure that the cable is not stuck on something and the body, becaues this can also cause a problem, especially when you turn. Try to start it without using the choke, and see if it runs better.
sounds like when you say cold you mean very cold. If your choke has variable control on it try using more choke until the motor gets warm. Often times the cold weather causes a leaner condition because the air ppm is so much greater leaving you with a leaner running condition.
This problem might b due to some block in your bik's carburetor better suggest ur mechanic to clean it up thoroughly and this may fix ur prob. Even then if ur having the same problem then change to a new carburetor...try 2 fix this problem as soon as possible else you ll get very low milage......