Question about Triumph Bonneville Motorcycles
OK so here is what happened. My 2001 Bonneville caught on fire. Thanks to a handy fire bottle the damage was not to bad. I have replaced the carbs and the airbox. I am working on the new wiring harness, however I have ran into to some trouble. Because of the melting of the harness I was unable to take pics of how the wiring harness was routed through the bike. The area around the airbox is where I am having most of the trouble. If someone has any pics of how the harness is routed I would be most grateful. Thanks
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1986 Kawasaki Ninja won't fire
Theres fuel starvation, the carbs are not getting required fuel in other words the float chambers doesnt get the correct amount of fuel .
Check the fuel flow from the petcock to the carburators.
Check the float pin and adjust accordingly to get the right level inthe float chamber of each carburator.
Hope this helps!
Posted on May 23, 2009
of course they want you to buy new carbs these can be taken apart and cleaned the floats should be weighed to make sure they havent gone bad carb cleaner does miracles to gummed up carbs.
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
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