Question about 2003 Buell Blast
Dosent run well after it starts
Buell Blasts have a known issue involving the carb boot. If the bike is a couple of years old check out the rubber spacer/conector which is betwwen the carb and the engine. Chances are that it is cracked and allowing air to enter direcly. This will cause your bike to sputter and have starting issues. Chck this out first and if it is not this then check the spark plug what color is the ceramic electrode and tip. This will tell you alot about what is going on inside the engine. The carb boot is a cheap fix less than 20 bucks. Good luck
Posted on Mar 15, 2009
Is it back firing, dying on you, and will it ride???
if the bike dies when you put it into gear and try to ride, you most likely have a carb/fi prob, or it could be a simple as bad gas,.
if the bike was stored with fuel in it then i bet its the latter,
drain the fuel and start fresh.
you will most likely need a carb clean.
i would also try using a VERY small amt of
BG products "44K." fuel injection cleaner.
this stuff is very strong so use with care!!!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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