Question about Suzuki Motorcycles
Are the carbs set up for the new motor? Have they been balanced? Is the idle set to 1400rpm?
Posted on Oct 17, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
have you tried the obvious route of a restricted air flow or even might have a restrictor fitted to it or is it just started doing this
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
SOURCE: I have a 1990 suzuki
This pick up is in the side cover the bolts that hold the wires on ( the ground fail)
ground fail) the two wires where they come though the case fail
and the plug that it plugs into get dirty. The ingter and it'
s bolts that hold it on fail to connect to ground. It's a very bad Idea
to let a bike worm up for 20 minutes as it'll overheat teal bad. this
part is expensive and may have gotton hot enough to fail, 1-2
Minutes are fine to warmup any air cooled bike as the bike has to be moving for the air to go though the cooling fins. Wuth the key on and this pick-up unplugged first
and the plug wire with a plug in it so you can see the spark, cross the
qires it qas plugged into temporatrily qith a paper clip or other wire
and see if it sparks/ If it does the ingter is good and the pickup is
bad. as long as there's key on power to the coil and it doesn't fire
then the ingter is bad
Posted on Apr 03, 2011
SOURCE: Hi, after riding through flood
Water in the carb float bowl? Remove the carb then remove the float bowl. Use spray carb cleaner to clean the carb. Pay special attention to the main jet.
Posted on Sep 11, 2011
Definately try a spark plug first. What does the old spark plug look like? ( white, oil fouled, melted, metallic?). Usually a fuel issue will make the inoperable cylinder very hot. Might have a loose valve guide in the head, or a bent valve.
Posted on Oct 19, 2012
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