Question about KTM EXC 300 Motorcycles
The most common cause of this is fuel flow, check for plugged supply line from tank that is restricting flow, also a piece of dirt may be plugging a jet in the carb, take the car off and blow it out with compressed air, it only takes a tiny speck.
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
It sounds like a dirty carb or blockage in fuel flow remove gas line from the carb then turn on the petcock on there should be a steady flow of fuel if not there should be either a bowl trap on the petcock that can be unscrewed and cleaned out or there is just a fuel filter replace it. Besides that you will need to remove the carb and clean it out, be careful not to bend the float when you take the float bowl off, often times there is just debree or water trapped in the carb float bowl you may not even have to totaly disassemble carb, do what I described then put the carb back on without the air box rev up the bike and cover the air intake with your hand at the same time this with stall the bike make sure while doing this you dont let off the throottle, repeat, to restart you make need to hold the throttle full for few kicks because of flooding however the method I described causes a high vacuum condition in the carb throat that often times clears out the blockage without having to do a full over- haul of the carb.
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
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