Question about Suzuki DR 200 SE Motorcycles
Just got done cleaning the carb and cant find the two hoses that hook up tho the carb on the right side
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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It is a vent / overflow hose. It drains to the atmosphere / street. If gas is coming out and isn't stopping then a float is stuck.
Turn off the gas and drain the offending carb(s). Next, turn the gas back on and sharply tap the float bowl with the plastic handle of a screwdriver as the fuel bowl refills. The goal here is to vibrate the float to free it up. If doing this process a couple of times does not free the float I would remove the carb(s) and look for any misalignment of float pin, needle or adjusting tang.
Now re-clean with a spray carb cleaner. Clean the air filter then re-mount carb(s). Next, Remove the water trap bowl at the bottom of the petcock, (gas valve). Dump it, clean it and re-mount it, ( not all bikes have a trap bowl ). INSTALL AN IN-LINE FUEL FILTER..
Posted on Apr 09, 2009
The hose goes to the VOES (vacuum operated electric switch) and the petcock if you have a carburated engine. The purpose of the VOES is to ****** the timing on your engine. Let me explain.
When you're cruising down the road with no heavy load, the electronic ignition unit will allow the ignition timing to go above 35° total. It does this to get higher fuel economy and lower emissions. When cruising, the throttle is not very wide open and the manifold vacuum is high.
But, the moment you accelerate, you open the throttle wider and the manifold vacuum drops. When this happens, the VOES changes state. causing the electronic ignition to ****** the timing back to where it should be. The reason you want to ****** the timing when accelerating is to prevent spark knock or pinging.
So, some will say that the VOES advances the timing when the vacuum is high. Others will say it retards the timing when the vacuum goes low. You choose what you think it does.
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
Testimonial: "thanks for the information! my bike is fuel injected so im assuming it gets a rubber cap on it... thank you so much for your input it was helpful"
SOURCE: carbs leaking
all carbs have floats.it a cv type carb,with a big diaphram for the slide.real easy carb.to work on.if you have any mechanical knowledge.get a manual if not go on internet,and plenty of vendors for *** bikes that sell factory parts look up yours,and the carb will give you a breakdown of it.harley does not have any parts look up like *** bikes.sound like the carb needs cleaning or needle and seat is wore out
Posted on Mar 27, 2010
SOURCE: im having problems with my
I would clean the tank and the filter on the fuel valve. Then I would seal the valve hole and use " KREEM " inside the tank. Kreem is a liquid resin that will seal the tank so rust will no longer be a problem. Add an in-line fuel filter when remounting the fuel valve. Below is a site for Kreem and a site for parts that may help you. Please rate my answer. Thanks.
Posted on Aug 31, 2010
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