Question about 2005 Suzuki RM-Z 450
If its been sitting for a while or run through a lot of water or water in the fuel, try draining the carby 1st by lossening the 17mm drain plug at the bottom of the carby.
if its full of water and or gunk you should remove it and clean.
With patience you can remove the main and pilot jets to clean them..The Pilot sounds more like the problem.....If you have to get the carby off remove the rear (seat) frame lower bolts loosen the top bolt rear ex pipe and swing the frame up watch out for the wires then remove the carby...
Try removing the jets 1st...it can be a pain but its much easier.
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
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