Question about 1991 Suzuki GSF 400 Bandit
I have a 1991 suzuki bandit 400 3 days ago I got caught in the rain and I almost made home when the bike started to buck and sputter I pulled thinking I was out of gas.I wasnt .now it start and ideals fine but when I let the clutch out it stalls.sometimes I can get it running and even get in 2nd but I really gotta let the clutch.out slow but then it still stalls .Im thinking ignition bad .what do you think
Could also be water in the fuel - the main jet hangs lower in the fuelbowl and would be stuck into any water before the water level got high enough to mess with the idle circut in the carb. As your accellerating it would require fuel from the main jet more and suck more water instead of gas. Clean your carbs and gastank. Check for the wiring first. lots of water could mean electricity not going where it needs to be.
Posted on May 24, 2013
Maybe some water in an electrical plug. Remove the tank and dry it all out with compressed air or WD40. Work around the coils and other wiring. Also where the wires come out of the engine case.
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
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