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Bike will not idle and when given fuel no acceleration bike dies
Joe. if you didn't remove a hose then it shouldn't have fallen off. Sometimes there are nubs that stick out on the side of the carbs that look as if a hose should be attached, but there isn't one. It sounds as if the ports for the from the pilot jets are clogged.
If you remove the Pilot jet (the closest jet to the cylinder) and spray carb cleaner thru the hole that the jet was removed from it should come out in the neck of the carb and also directly under the front edge of the slide. If it comes thru both locations go to the back of the carb and spray the cleaner into the holes at the bottom of the opening and make sure one of them comes out of the hole for the pilot jet. when that happens make sure the jet itself is clean and reinstall it. Hopefully your problem is now solved. if not please post again.
Posted on Apr 18, 2014
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