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I have a 99 zx9r . when i go around the block it will die then it

Will start back up after a couple minutes

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  • greenmanzx9 Mar 06, 2009

    how many miles did you have when you had to change the coil packs
    It will turn over but its like it is starved for fuel


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Hi I owned a 2002 zx9 and had to replace all the coild packs as well as new plugs and filters, does it just all out die as in loses battery life or just dies then is hard to start? also would check the main feed line into the carbs, see if you can take it loose and lightly blow some air in through the carbs, this will loosen any dirt in the carbs up that could be causeing the problems. Good luck and hope everything works for you as well as it did for me.

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