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Zzr 600 carb probs

I dropped the fuel from a friends carbs,which contained fine dirt deposits.i then filled the carbs several times and repeated the process until the fuel ran clean.the bike then started and was rode for about 2 miles.when the bike was allowed to cool down and tried again it would'nt start,what would you advise,cheers Dave.

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    Craig Davies May 11, 2010

    Has the bike been in storage for a while? obviously if there is dirt in the carbs toy could have a problem there. Are the chokes working properly?Is the fuel new? Old petrol can go stale and not burn as efficiently.

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    my bike will not turn over
    What could b the problem

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The fuel tanks are common to rust through, maybe that is where the dirt is from.

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Did you turn the fuel petcock back to the "on" position? ok that checks good step 2 maybe the filter is clogged. try changing the filter. or make sure that lack of fuel is causing the no start issue.

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