Question about 1979 Suzuki GS 750 E
Could someone please help me to solve a problem. I bought a GS 750 E engine and fitted it in a gokart. I have a fuelling problem. It seems to me that the engine does not get enough fuel. It starts with Quick start but only runs for a little while.
The GS bikes do have a fuel pump that is part of the petcock. This pump runs off of a vacuum line from the carbs. The carb bank is also made to run with the air-box in place. It will also not run right without the stock exhaust system in place. The engine would have to be re-jetted to properly run with a different exhaust system.
The engine will never run right without the air-box unless you get a vacuum gauge and properly tune the carb bank without it. Anyway, to fix your fuel pump problem, you may be able to install just the pump somehow, in between your tank and carburetor assembly.
You'll have to change several things to make this engine work as a go cart engine and be dependable.
Posted on Dec 01, 2009
Check the float heights. if not set to specs then the carbs will not receive enough fuel.
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