Question about Motorcycles
Posted by Anonymous on
Indicates problem floats or needle and seats
take the carbys to a specialist carby shop and have them full reconditioned
Posted on Jun 26, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Theres a big lip holding it. Make sure all cables and pipes/hoses are removed, spray with some WD40 or similar spray lube and then try prying it with something that won't damage the carbs or engine.
Posted on Apr 09, 2009
You need to fix the fueling first - without fuel it won't run!
Your other problem sounds like an air leak - either the manifold or the carb. Check by spraying WD-40 or CRC at the manifold and carb join while the bike is running - if the revs change (either up or down) you have a leak.
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
SOURCE: throttle bog out
hi,this may help,check the inline fuel filter and the air filter,if it has been sitting that long the fuel filter may have gummed up(a slightly gummy residue left behind after fuel evaporates) the engine will run ok at low and medium throttle but the filter will be quite restrictive once the load goes on,change the filter and clean the air filter and you might find the problem disappears...hope this helps...cheers
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
Before adjusting the carb, has the bike been setting for a long period of time? Has anything been done to the bike that would change carb settings? If it's been setting, there is probably a gum build-up in the jets and fuel passages. If it sat all winter, my solution is to add 1/2 can of SeaFoam to the gas, lock down the front brake and rock the bike back and forth mixing the fuel and additive well. Start the bike and run at a high idle until engine temp is normal. Shut it down and let set for an hour or two, allowing the mixture to work in the carbs. Restart and run at high idle again. If it seems to clear up somewhat, ride the bike several miles to check if it worked.
Posted on Apr 15, 2011
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