Question about Motorcycles
I have a 92 Suzuki katana 750. I bought it Crome a guy who said it sat for a year and a half with fuel stabilizer in it. Obviously the stabilizer gummed up the carbs and all because the throttle wouldn't even work at all( couldn't turn the throttle handle at all). I puled the carbs off and cleaned em all out making sure that all the little holes and ports were clean and clear.... Anyway, long story short, the bike won't run with the choke off! It will start and run but as soon as I try to take the choke off it loses RPM's and dies. It has aftermarket exhaust on it from a previous owner and I'm told that the carbs were rejeted at the same time. The throttle response is very sluggish too.... Any suggestions ? Thanks a tun!
Don't forget to sync the carbs it will make a huge difference
Posted on Apr 17, 2015
Check the float level in the carburator float chambers and also blow the primary and secondary jets, try using carb cleaner, but make sure you don;t spray that on rubber parts!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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