Question about 1989 Yamaha FZR 1000
this happens because the water enters in the engine jacket and the carburettor of the bike.
check the carburattor ,whether it is passing current or not.
if it is faulty replace it.and if it is ok then remove carburattor an kich your bike atleast 50 times with a piece of cloth in the place(hole) where carburattor is fixed,so that the cloth takes away all the water drops which comes out when you kick your bike.
Also check all the gaskets of the engine.
Do all these your problem will be over
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
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