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I have nx 650 honda dominator can anyone help and suggest C.D.I for this bike . its single cylinder 4 stroke .timing is 8 degrees at idle 1300 rpm and 28 degrees at 3000 RPM.originally its cdi is DC but i have digaram of wiring but no wiring or cdi so anyone suggest cdi suitable from indian bike it should be dc not ac kulvir66@yahoomail.com

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Benimur
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SOURCE: AT 6000 TO 7000 RPM BIKE DONT PULL

Hi and welcome to FixYa,

Offhand, I would suspect an airleak on the airfilter box, most likely the seal between the air filter bottom housing to the mouth of the carb. Might as well check for a vacuum leak on the rubber coupling from the carb to the intake manifolds. Pls check for craks on the coupling wall. It would also be worth your time to check the mating of the rubber coupling to the carb as well as the clamps.

Good luck and Thank you for using FixYa. Happy Holidays.

Posted on Dec 07, 2008

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SOURCE: my bike jerks at 6 to 7000 rpm when i drive it

it might be a sticky frotal

Posted on Dec 07, 2008

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SOURCE: honda nx650[dominator]

I have the CDI.
Pls contact me if you want to buy.
roy_baker@walla.com

Posted on Apr 09, 2009

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SOURCE: Cannot start not using the choke and rpm flattens at 4000 rpm

The air screw and the idle screw turn inward until they LIGHTLY seat, then back out one and one half turns. For the dead spot, pull the slide out of the carb and move the clip on the jet needle down one notch. Two notches if needed.

The pilot jet covers the idle function. It sounds like this is not the problem though. The high idle indicates a lean fuel mix. An air leak is leaning the mix. It could be bad intake manifold gaskets, carb and manifold not down tight, loose spark plug, cylinder head not tight, bad head gasket.

If you do want to adjust the pilot jet the, often it is adjustable from the outside of the carb. It is normally located just out side and next to the main jet. It will be brass and have a slot for a small screw driver. If no outside screw, then an inside adjustment screw means removing the float bowl. Turn the jet screw outward 1/4 to 1/2 turn.

Posted on Apr 26, 2009

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SOURCE: my 2009 ninja 250r starts but dies when you remove

I had the same problem.. choke cable had to be adjusted. Check the manual, I don't have mine handy but the measurement is in there.. check it out.

Posted on Jul 12, 2009

davesoucy
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SOURCE: cant keep idle at one rpm

First, check that you gas cable is not kink or something when you replace the tank. Also do you know the procedure to ajust the carb. Let the motor heat up and ajust the two screw. Does the choke keeps on, or have something broken. Something big is just on front of you. PAtience, you'll figure that out... It doesnt sound like something that needs to be clean here...

Posted on Aug 05, 2009

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