Question about Bajaj Motorcycles
My 220 is only 1 year old and well maintained but recently one day its reving when im twisting the throttle but it is not going fact but raving hard...pls help
You have smoked your clutch. Replace the clutch plates and change the oil and filter and clean the filter screen. Also, learn to ride without smoking the clutch.
Posted on Jul 27, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It does sound like an ignition timing problem, but could also be a breathing issue, air flow in or exhaust flow out could be restricted i.e.:dirty air filter, excessive carbon build up in exhaust pipe from burning too much oil or rich fuel mixture.
possibly and more likely some junk got into your fuel system and partially plugged up the main jet in the carb, -or has the needle on the slide been moved? The little circlip at the top of the needle, if it has one.
1.Replace the spark plug, check gap, check spark, it should be bright blue and fat.
2. check the fuel filter, if no filter check the carb for dirt.
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
This is because of the worn out clutch unit on your bike you need to get
serviced and clutch overalling on your bike and also need to get clean carb ,
to stop this problem ,if increase idling on your bike it give low mileage .
Posted on May 01, 2009
SOURCE: idles revs by itself
You have an air leak in the intake system. The fuel mix is getting lean from excess air mixing with the gas. New gaskets and seals between carb and head will usually take care of the problem. Any oil stains around the base of the cylinder head? Head gasket going bad.if there is. The gasket could be the leak. Time for a valve job? Air getting sucked in past an exhaust valve or two? Have the compression checked. Find the leak(s) and you find the fix.
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Posted on Jun 07, 2009
It sounds like your bike has been sitting in storage for an extended period of time (a year or more) - and the carburetors are plugged up. If this is the case, they will need to be completely disassembled and cleaned out.
If it hasn't been sitting (and the carbs aren't plugged up) then check that all of the normal tune-up items have been performed, especially valve adjustment, oil and filters, spark plugs, etc. If this fails to produce positive results, perform a compression check on the engine. Each cylinder must be able to produce at least 140 psi of compression in order to run and idle properly.
Posted on Nov 07, 2009
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