Question about 1993 Suzuki GSX-R 750 WP
I think your issue is while at a steady cruising speed one of the carbs is not allowing steady fuel flow. so when you nail it, you cant hear or feel it. or maybe you can just a bit right when you hit it. one thing you can do short of taking the carbs off and cleaning them is, take the air filter apart and start the bike rev it up high and with a large clean rag shove it into the back of carbs and cut off ALL AIR FLOW.. at the same time, twist throttle wide open. doing this will flood out and kill the engine. but at the same time, it will sometimes clean any debris or grime out of the jets. try it a couple times.. hope this helps.
Posted on May 31, 2009
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