Question about 1995 kawasaki ZZR 400
The bike has been serviced resently and was fine then we had a cold spell and it wouldn't start easly , it will spin over fine, when its warm it will start just but still won't respond propaly to the choke i have cleaned all the jets, air ways and fuel ways with carb cleaner and compressed air and set all the pilot screws to the book and its still no good any ideas.
Classic storage problem is moisture entering, coalescing, condensing in petrol and in electrical circuits what you' v done is right but try WD40 on low & high tension side of ignition and a dose of easy start, once running give a good run and store with cling film over open ports with a acumen type charger left on.
Posted on Sep 14, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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