Question about 2003 kawasaki EN 500 Vulcan Classic
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is a screw underneath the carburetor float bowl chamber on the very base of the carburetor, undo and remove. Alternatively, there are four cross head screws on each corner of the bowls, remove these and cup hand under bowl to remove as there is a fibre gasket and may stick to either or both parts. Remove bowls to clean out any sediment and carby jets can be accessed inside bottom of the carburetor's.
Posted on May 10, 2010
Turn the motor to top dead center and ck the timming marks to make sure you are at the tdc mark it will be the third mark on the fly wheel in the direction rotation of motor or it will have a T mark. Ck to see if the valves keepers are loose or tight if they are tight turn the motor over 360 and ck again if they have play the use a .oo4 on the intake and a .oo6 on the exhaust then ck the compression and see what you get it's should be easy you should have a little bit of drag on the gage but not to much
Posted on Aug 17, 2010
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