Question about Honda CBR 929 RR Fireblade Motorcycles
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: stalling when starting
if after the two mins ur putting the choke back in and the bike dies, it could be that your needing to adjust the idle speed.
it might just be set on the lower limit so that when ur bike isnt fully warmed up it struggles.
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
my guess is that its not the carb at all but it might be the gas line in side the tank is cloged to the point whare you need to have it on choke in order to pull enough gas to the carb which would be the reason for it not wanting to come back down to idle quickly or it could be the fuel pump is cloged and if you tried that already than the fuel adjustment is way off and will need to be adjusted while a friend or family is keepin it running
and if that is not the problem than email me.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
Get some carb cleaner. Remove and clean the Nozzle, choke and main jet. Remove the pilot jet and air jet but count the number of turns to remove each one and put them back the same number of turns. Don't mess with the needle or clip or the pilot screw and plug at this time. Clean the carb thoroughly. Don't get carb cleaner on the diaphragm. If able, submerge the carb in cleaner overnight.
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Posted on Jun 27, 2009
First thing I would try is some sea foam, you can get it pretty much at any auto parts store...put it in the tank per instructions on the bottle, if the carbs are gummed/dirty... seafoam is you best hope at getting them clean without pulling them.
If sea foam doesnt work, you'll have to yank the carbs, but before you do... pull the tank, set it backwards where the seat was, get about a two foot fuel line (air line works just fine) run it ti the tank and start the bike, take a can of starting fluid (WD 40 works too but stinks when it starts to burn off afterwards) and spray around the base of the outside of the carbs where the boots connect it to the intake, if the engibe revs, you have a leak...cracked boot probably.
If no leaks are detected... then yank the carbs, pull the bowl covers and start cleaning....also, while you have them off pull the slide covers off and check the diaphrams on the needle for rips or cracks as well.
Check/clean.. put everything back together... if it still isnt running right then I have no other suggestions... certainly sounds like an air/fuel problem... if were anything else choking it wouldn't make it better.
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
SOURCE: while riding bike started to
Barring any obvious vaccuum leaks,sounds like the pilot jet may be clogged. Try increasing the engine RPM and at the same time opening the choke. If it will run fine past 1/2 to 3/4 throttle that is a good place to start. If you are comfortable with dropping the float bowl it is a fairly easy process. Usually there is a screw at the bottom of the carb ( flat blade ) that will drain the bowl with the fuel **** closed. Remove the screwsthat hold the bowl in place and carefully lower past the float. The pilot jet is the smaller one offset from center. remove the jet with a flat blade screwdriver and clean with solvent and compressed air. While your in there go ahead and clean and inspect the rest of the exposed parts just be careful not to knock the float and needle around.
Posted on May 04, 2011
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