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Thankyou i discovered the problem with my mates zzr it had blocked carbs thanks 4 your reply

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The best way is to remove carbs open bowl and soak on carb cleaner over night . make sur no rubber o rings or any rubber part is in cleaner remove and set aside.( Diaphram) as they will expand.Get a shop Manual it will show you what you need to do. If you can not find one let me know wazus@comcast.net

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Hi i got a zzr 600 im not geting fuel to carb 2 or 3 and no fuel in float chambers but runs on 1 and 4 for a bit thans terry


Sounds to me that the float may be stuck in the raised position for that carb. This will keep the needle vavle closed preventing fuel entering the float chamber. has the bike been left in the garage for a while on its side stand if so that might also indicate that the float pivot pin is worn and as the fuel evaporates the float has jammed against the side of the float chamber. Carb cleaner slight tapping of the side of the carb float chamber and possible a squirt of compressed air. All worth a try before a massive strip down. Jim ex heli-mech.

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Hi, my zzr 250 hadn't been started for about 8 months, so it fired up nicely with the choke on but once the bike warmed up I couldn't get it to idle once the choke was off, i tried more air to the carby...


Could be one of two things
1. The carbs are gummed up. Modern fuel will break down after only a few months. The idle jets are quite small and will easily become blocked. Strip and clean the carbs.
2. The throttle cable is sticky. Less likely, but possible. Make sure it opens and snaps shut easily.
What do you mean when you say you tried more air?

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Hi i have a zzr 600e 1998 model im having


sounds like a carb or carbs are clogged need to have them cleaned and synced
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Where do fuel lines connect to on 92 zzr 250


Hi and welcome to FixYa,

On a ZZR250, the only fuel line is from the petc0ck to the Tee between the carbs.

Good luck and thank you for asking FixYa.

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Please rate this solution. Thanks!

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I TURNED OUT THE IDLE SCREW CABLE OF My ZZR 400 N, where does this go back into the carb and can i replace this without removing the carbs? please advise ta


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Hi ...... Wet your finger and see if the downpipes are warm/hot then try swapping the spark plugs from cylinder to cylinder. This will isolate bad plug or blocked carb ........... Let us know how you get on.

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