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Starting problems,misfire and eventual refusal to run

Its a 98 C1..bike floods when trying to start,after being left for 3 days it started 1st time and ran for a few minutes then misfire set in and after 30 seconds she cut out and refused to fire at all. when the bike was lifted off the sidestand,a mixture of petrol and water poured from the ram air intakes underneath the headlight!..anybody got any ideas?

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Hi it is definatly some dirt in the carbs, remove the main feed line from the tank into the carbs and gently blow some air into the carbs, and keep your face back, what this will do is blow any excess fuel includeing the dirt and trash that are in the jets out. just be careful not to blow it into your eyes. To actually see whats happing removing the airbox is also a good idea.I had the same problem with my 2002 zx9. Good luck

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