Question about 1999 Suzuki TL 1000 R
OK first off i had a slow highside in the rain no big damage except for some scrathes and right foot peg bracket needed to be replaced. Was riding comfortably @ 100kmh and bike struggled for fuel/spark (or so i think) and then died and does not want to start again. Please help i miss my baby and its summer!!!!!
Posted by Anonymous on
Check for a spark at night by disconnecting the plug boot and watch to see if it's a good blue spark that jumps to ground... any piece of metal on your bike... just let the boot dangle and watch as you turn it over. If you don't have a good spark, then you need to check the high tension circuit... electronic ignition, spark plugs, wires. If you have a spark, then it's a fuel supply issue. Carb and fuel lines... fuel filter.
Posted on Apr 02, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the solution is very simple
there are 2 nipples underneath the petrol tank
the upper nippel should be conected to the venturi nipple because this on opens the valve (can try by light sucking on it)
the second ore lower nippel should be conected to the carbs there is a conection in the middle of the four carb's
please be sur you use fresh petrol and clean the carbs (using compressed air)
when you try without cleaning filter it wil run but not wen you open the trottle (it's because of the vacuum carb's they need the veturi that is placed in the air filter compartment)
lots of suc 6
Posted on May 06, 2009
SOURCE: Engine filling up with gas
gsxr's are known for this problem, you left the petlock on run which will seep petrol through your rings, on the on position no fuel escapes because you need a vacuum to start the fuel moving
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
SOURCE: Engine filling up with gas
the guy is right! I have had the same problem with my dr750 flooding the crankcase with FUEL!, have used two sets of carbs on it now, both with same result! fuel/oil mix in the crank which when run streams up the breather into the air box! weird one as the bike ran fine for a week with both sets of carbs before doing this. I have tried so many things but am still baffled!
Posted on Dec 29, 2009
check that the side stand is returning to the foldfed position,, they are known to work lose and imobilise the starter mech
Posted on Jan 03, 2010
It sounds like the air/fuel mixture setting is not correct i dont know the setting for a ts125 but you can always go to ebay.com and buy a service manual for that bike and it will tell you all the correct settings for the carb.
Posted on Jul 29, 2010
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