Question about Motorcycles
The idle jet is a fixed jet size and an integral part of the high speed performance
fuel is sucked through the jet into the manifold at idle but at rpms that circuit becomes empty of fuel and the air that is sucked in atomizes the fuel in the emulsion block of the carby and helps with burning of the fuel
so what you have indicates a blocked idle jet or if the carby has a idle jet solenoid to prevent engine run on when the ignition is turned off , check the operation of that solenoid
Posted on Jan 03, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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