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The guy before myself says to have jetted the carbs and added a D&D slip on exhaust on the bike.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the best way to do this is buy the aftermarket exhaust and keep the baffles in the exhaust and run it for 50 or so mile then pull out one of the plugs and if its gray you are fine if its white or black you will have to rejet
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
I have had several bikes in my time. and keeping the carbs syncranized is very important. Did you put aftermarket pipes on it? try rejeting the carbs up 2+mm that may help the fuel air ratio?
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
I have seen this before a few things to do too make sure. First take the air filter out and shine a light use your fingers to move the slides up and down I suspect the springs that go on the slide is not seated in center you can tell from the slide going halfway and hanging up. Next, the boots on the slides only go on 1 way there is a notch on the carbs for them. I would guess this would fix you up if not we can get deeper into it with air-fuel mix screw settings.good luck
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
SOURCE: 1995 fzr 600 spits and sputters
Personally, I would go back to the stock jets, stock air cleaner and stock exhaust then get the carbs balanced and synchronized. Aftermarket stuff is usually flashy and sounds like a good thing.. Sometimes it is but sometimes it ain't. Sometimes one add-on interferes with another. Put some faith in the guys who designed the engine in the first place. Go back to stock equipment and settings and see if the problem disappears.
Keep the cool aftermarket product stickers on the bike. No one will ever know.
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Posted on Mar 26, 2009
SOURCE: 89 fzr 1000 fuel pump problem
It seems likely that your fuel pump is not operating, you should hear the fuel pump priming when you turn on the ignition, if not the fuel pump is at fault, this is not uncommon and a replacement is the answer.
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
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