Question about Suzuki Motorcycles
When i give it throttle, it is blubbery but when the rpms get up just a little it cleans up and runs good. whats up with that?
Sounds likeprimary and secondary jets are dirty ,plugged or just out of adjustment
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Anytime a bike sits for that long you stand a chance of fuel system problems. It sounds like you may need to "boil out" the carburetors and of course resynchronize them with vacuum gauges when you put it back together. You can also use a mercury manometer for synching the carbs. My guess is you have varnish still in the float bowls that is causing erratic running and perhaps the vacuum operated slides are not working correctly.
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
possibly water in your fuel.... it's a small tank so just put about a quarter bottle of gas line antifreeze in the tank... it's alcohol so it will **** up the water. there is also the possibility the fuel is somewhat dirty... change the fuel filter as well
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
SOURCE: Rusty Injectors
you going to have to pull the injectors out and clean them. You also better see a bout buying a type of tank coating that you pour into the tank to stop the rusting, or you are going on have this problem with it stopping up your injectors.
Posted on Feb 10, 2009
SOURCE: 2003 yamaha wrf 250 carb problem
(1) You will need to adjust the float pin to get the correct amount of fuel in the float chamber of the carburator.
(2) You will also need to set the air-mixture screw , but before you do tht remove the spark plug and see whats the condition of it, is it black , is it brownish, or is it whitish.
If its blackish = means rich too much of fuel, if its browinsh= ok, if its whitish = its too lean.
(3) As for hesitation, check the needle at carbs piston on the accelerator cable, and blow the main jet with high pressure.
(4) Check too the spark plug gap and if its as per the manufacturers specs.
Hope this helps!
Posted on May 12, 2009
SOURCE: Shuts off spits and sputters
Check for vacume leaks first. Rubber lines..gaskets to carbs ect. Also remove and blow out your fuel line to tank and change out filter. Hope this helps.:)
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
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