Question about 1997 kawasaki ZX-7R
These tiny spark plugs will foul easily just from normal choking or even in-town riding at low throttle. Sounds like one or more cylinders drops out at times. Pull and clean the plugs, especially inners ( #2 and #3.) The sooty look is not far from a misfiring condition, so get them good and clean. Sometimes spraying firing tips with carb cleaner and then burning them with an oxygen/acetylene or other type torch can help bring back good firing metal. Unless you have a clogged carb or jet from dirty fuel or running without air filters. I bet the bike comes to life at higher rpms right? Fouling plugs. Numero uno cause for this symptom. THanks TT
Posted on Feb 11, 2009
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