Question about Suzuki GSX 600 F (Katana Motorcycles
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hi,this might help,it is very difficult to get the adjustments right without a set of carb balance gauges,the adjustments are very small and critical to the running of the bike,borrow or buy a set of gauges,hook up the gauges,balance the left two cylinders together so they are both running exactly the same,then do the two right cylinders and get them both running the same,then match the two sets together using the balance screw between no2 and no3 cylinders,a general rule of thumb to get a startng point is to wind the mixture screws in untill they stop,then back them out about 1.5 turns,do the same to all four screws before you start trying to balance the carbs,make sure the bike is sitting vertical or on the centre stand because if it is not it will effect the balance of the carbs and also make sure you have a good airflow over the front of the motor for cooling as it will take half to three quarter of an hour to get the balance right...most bikes need the carbs rebalanced on a regular basis because when the parts of the carbs start to wear the balance will change,a good set of carb balance gauges is a worthwhile investment...hope this helps
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
Back the screw out a quarter of an inch. That is your starting point. After you do that with the bike running slowly back the screw out until it starts running good, then keep turning it until it starts to run bad again then stop and turn it back in 1/4 of an inch and you should have your optimal setting.
Posted on Apr 08, 2010
Check your coolant temperature sensor it will be faulty, so it is giving the ecu a code that the engine is cold when it is warm so keeps running at a rich mixture.
Let me know if you want more information.
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
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