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Suzuki Bandit/gsf 250- lost power and feels like its not getting fuel

Suzuki bandit/gsf 250, i have put 4 filters in bike-1 filter per carb and now i have lost power and feels as though i am not getting enough fuel, anyone know if i need to upsize the carby jets or adjust the needle please? or any other suggestions?

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Check your fuel source - the tank. Its supply line is the one common element in your fuel system.

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SOURCE: how to replace air filter suzuki 1200 gsf bandit

- Take the seat off.
- Unscrew the two bolts holding the back of the tank.
- Remove (unscrew) the petcock handle.
- Lift the back of the tank. I'm not sure the air filter can be accessed without removing the whole tank. If you have to remove it, it just slides back and up - there are no screws in the front of the tank. Pay attention not to disconnect the hoses/wires if you are just lifting the tank, or disconnect them all if you have to take the tank off.
- Unscrew and remove the battery cover if necessary.
- Unscrew the airbox cover (two screws in top corners).
- Pull the airbox cover back and remove it. It's held at the lower end by two plastic "teeth" - no screws.
- Remove the old filter and put in the new one.
- Put everything back in reverse order.

Refer to the microfiche above for parts layout. This is a simple procedure that shouldn't take more than 30 minutes even with tank removal.

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