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What could cause a vacuum in the fuel line?

I cant hold any speed above 70mph. I just recently cleaned the carbs top to bottom, and the previous owner said that they had taken from a later model GSX-R and had just been jetted to be "perfect." But there's always got a big pocket of air in the fuel line. I've got to run the choke for about a minute and a half at 4,000rpm just to make it so that I don't get bogged when I try to throttle hard. I've been told that the petcock may be clogged but I'm not %100 on that. Any help would be great.

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I suggest you get your 1987 motorcycle back to original factory specs by your Suzuki dealer for best results.

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SOURCE: Suspected problem with choke.

hey apparently and did are two different stories draining the float bowls and cleaning the carbs are two different things the fact that the choke dosent change suggest the carbs are stopped up after sitting for 1 year clean the carbs let them soak in carb cleaner and blow them out with high pressure air, keep notes of the adjustments befor you dissasemble them (air screws)

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hi,sounds to me like the air fuel ratio is all up the ***,locate the air/fuel screw on the carb(normally on the side)screw the screw right in untill it stops,then back the screw out 1.5 turns,this should get the bike to run without the choke,once you have the bike running simply turn the screw in or out untill the bike settles into a nice steady idle,should be good to go,hope this helps...cheers

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