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Bike left standing for 6 months won't start

New plugs fitted it seems like petrol starvation tank is full

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Hi, Sitting not good ! That is why the petcock has an off position. Spray some starter fluid or some fuel in the carb intakes and see if cranks, If it does, the carbs have to be disassembled and cleaned. Good Luck to you!

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Hi got a suzuki gs750 not ran for a number of years,getting a spark at all spark plugs,have checked timing all ok but wont start not even trying,it seems to be fuel starvation but cant think whats wrong...


when you say a number of years is it the same petrol in the fuel tank?

personnely i would look at the filter in the fuel tank is it clean when you turn on the petrol does it run freely? disconnect the fuel pipe and empty the tank into a fuel can

i know you said that you have cleaned the carb but did you check the floats? a messy job which will cover your hands in petrol but must be done im afraid

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