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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: carb problem
You have an air leak that is making the fuel mix too lean. Probably intake manifold gaskets. Other sources are reed valves chipped, deformed or broken, cylinder head gasket not fully sealing and crank seals gone bad. Your bike is 20 years old, I don't remember if your bike has reed valves.
The dealer is not going to have new parts. google " suzuki motorcycle parts " and " antique suzuki motorcycle parts "
also google " motorcycle salvage suzuki ". This should give you some sources for parts.
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Posted on Apr 19, 2009
first thing to do is to drain oil from your motorcycle use wrench 17(size may vary) to open the bolt under your bike and place a drain bucket under it, then remove spark plug using spark plug remover, as for the filter you can use a cross screw driver to remove the air filter, once you replace the spark plug and the air filter let the oil subside for about 3hrs, then return the bolt and place new oil, i dont know if this help but i hope it will
Posted on Sep 18, 2009
On most bikes and four wheelers, this is done by a throttle stop. the position of the stop is usually adjusted by a screw. Remove the tank. turn throttle and see what moves by the carb/ injectors. When you return throttle to idle, the moving piece will come to rest on the throttle stop. You can now adjust its position by turning that screw.
Posted on Oct 14, 2009
2 things need to be done first start your bike get a can of wd40 after your bike is warm and running spray around the carb jointsall 4 of them if your engine changes rpms up or down you have a intake leak ether your carb joint gaskets or o-rings need replacing or your carb joints are old and need replacing. at this point wont hurt to have you carbs cleaned also
Posted on May 03, 2010
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