Question about kawasaki ZX-6R Ninja Motorcycles
Sounds like the idle is out of adjustment. There should be a knob with a phillips type screw on a cable that can be reached on the left side of the bike. Turn it counter clockwise to lower the idle.
Posted on Jul 27, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
its starving for gas, either because the gas isnt getting to the carb or because the carb is clogged up. make sure your getting fuel to the carb first. remove the fuel line at the carb to make sure gas is flowing from the tank to the carb. if it is, your float might just be stuck or your carb is clogged up. you can try spraying carb cleaner in and around it, but that doesnt always work. if you never took a carb apart, i recommend finding someone that has.
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Posted on Feb 18, 2011
SOURCE: Just started dying at low
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This definitely sounds air/fuel related. Something has changed.
Worst case is if you have really run this bike a lot you might want to refresh the top end. I suspect its something simple and one of the above steps will get you back running correctly.
Posted on Jul 19, 2011
SOURCE: starts on choke but won't
It sounds like either the jets in the carb are plugged or the slide diaphragm in the carb has a hole in it. First take the air filter cover and air filter off the carb. Start the engine with the "choke". Do not get your face too close to the carb but look into the carb and gently rev the engine. The slide should move up and down. If so, the diaphragm is probably alright. If the bike has been sitting up for a good while, the gasoline in the float bowl would have evaporated and left behind a thick gummy residue. This may have the main and slow speed jets plugged up. The carb will have to be taken off the engine and professionally cleaned.
Posted on Aug 21, 2011
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