Question about 2006 Honda Zoomer
Sputtering and coughing at high rpms.
As you have found a power washer on motorcycles is not a good idea as the high pressure gets into all electrical connection the best thing to do is get a can of crc and spray pull the connectors apart and spray crc as well as the spark plug lead cheers
Posted on Mar 27, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have a '05 VTX 1300R. The thing sputters and coughs so I put an expensive grade additive to the fuel. Has been working well enough till I get closer to the bottom of the tank. Recently the weath
Hi most likely the carb need cleaning or you have some water in the bottom of the float bowl. you can try this, there is a float bowl drain screw on the float bowl so if there is water it will drain out. this is just a first easy step if it works your good to go if not time to pull the carb and do a complete cleaning (note most do it yourself home mechanics will clean carbs and over look the most important part, you need to pay close attention to the low speed jet make sure it is not blocked and if it is unblock it i use copper wire strand if it is fully blocked the blow it out and spray through with carb cleaner.
I use Brand name carb cleaner ( Sea-Foam ) This is an excellent product for removing gummed and hardened fuel deposits it comes in can liquid and as a spray.
Posted on Oct 30, 2012
I'd check two things: The carburettor and air-intake
1. Carb: Check the float and the main jet. If the float is not fully functional, it could let too much petrol into the float bowl and cause an overflow (also evident with petrol in the overflow tube/s). Otherwise, if your main jet has a clog in it, it could cause spluttering too. Does your bike idle well? If so, it's more likely not a float issue.
2. Check if your seat is depressed with rider on it. I've heard of instances where a heavy rider has managed to weigh the seat down through years of usage till it partially blocks the air intake. My own experience, however, is a disintegrated air filter that was sucked into the carb causing spluttering and general inability to start.
Posted on May 01, 2009
SOURCE: accelerate sputter
the mixture buddy this is either located underneith the carb but you may need to get and aftermarket screw if you cant get a screw driver in there or you will need to buy and af screw the pic below will demonstarate
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
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