Question about 2001 Suzuki GSX 750 F (Katana)
Bike warms up let it run for about 20 minutes and then give it gas and it begins to stall and then dies and willnot start back up
Have the carburetors serviced. Sounds like a fuel pump problem(if your bike has one). If not it is because the idle mix is too lean.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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u have the mixture screw wound in to far. its normally located on the bottom of the carb. try winding it out half a turn at a time once the bike has warmed up. also turn the idle screw out a quarter of a turn at the time its in to far thats why it idles at low revs. the choke is needed to keep the air fuel mixture right thats why u are having to leave it on for so long. hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
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Your described problem based on the bike being a 1982 model could be varied, among them are:
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
check exhaust gasket for leak, check spark plug, air filter,valve tappet clearance adjustment, and intake boot for leak,if ok do compression test142-203 psi. if ok carburator may need cleaning.
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
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Ive found that the carbs need the coreect airflow to work correctly.If you dismantle the carbs and make sure all the air passages are clear from blockages.Ive got an early gs550 in a gokart and it had no airbox and it was doing the same untill i covered some of the carb throats with my hand and then she would rev her nuts off.if you take any air screws out mark there position and count the turns out to place them back in the same place.Im making my own manometer using some 4mm hose a garden sprinkler 4mm attachment and a cheap airflow meter from cip1.com.
running the correct air box is crucial and the filter must be clean.
hope this helps David New Zealand
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
It depends on the tempature, if its pretty chilly out yeah. Try easing the choke in slowly, and when it will idle at about half choke go aheand and take off but run the bike easy for a few minutes then close the choke.
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
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