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Bike will start &idle & rev but when ridden misfires &won,t rev above 3000

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Its either fuel or air, check the air box under the seat, clean the filter, then check the fuel filter. If this doesnt work I would say you have dirt in your carb main jet.

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2011 Laro that is lucky to do 60-65 km. I've had the carby fully serviced, new plugs, new ODI switch, coils and it still doesn't go any faster than 60 km flat out revs at 3000 rpm and that's it.


Hi, Bungi if it's not electrical, ignition or cam timing, or a compression issue then all that's left is fuel and the usual suspects are:
1. Idle speed improperly adjusted.
2. Inlet system air leak.
3. Damaged or restricted fuel tank venting system.
4. Dirty or damaged air cleaner element.
5. The accelerator pump is inoperative.
6. Vacuum piston assembly malfunction.
7. Enrichener valve is not seated or leaking.
8. Restricted fuel supply tract.
9. Plugged bowl vent.
10. Loose or plugged fuel and air jets or passages.
11. Improper float level.
12. Worn or damaged needle or needle jet.
13. Loose or plugged main jets or passages.
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I need air mix settings for a 1996 zzr 250 kawasaki


it sounds like your low speed idle jets are still cloged as they are very small openings you may need to soak them in thinners then use a air compresser to blow them out ,and see if you can see through them ,i have found a steel guitar string the smallest can fit some of them hope it works cheers

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make sure you have the wires in the right places. (see pic)
Make sure you did not leave something unplugged. (sensor/vacuum line)
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I have a 2000 r6 and the other day when I was riding the bike it started to lose power and mis fire then all of a sudden it was ok and made it home. I turned the bike off then tried to start it again but...


Check voltage at the battery terminals. it should be approx 13-14 volts when running at about 2000 revs. these are not specific to your bike , these numbers may be as high as 14.7volts or 3000 revs. revs are usually at just above idle. If the voltage at the battery terminals is below 13 you have a problem with your alternator or regulator/rectifier. Incidentally the battery voltage is DC.

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THE BIKE WONT KEEP A CHARGE


Remove the seat to access the battery.
A loose battery connection will prevent charging, Tighten if loose.
If tight, start the bike.
Use a multimeter set on d/c volts or just a volt meter.
Hook red to positive and black to negative.
should read 12.50 volts - 13.50 volts at idle.
Anything under 12.50 means not charging at idle.
Rev motor to 2000 rpm. the meter should read 13.50 - 14.8. If the volts do not change, then your bike is not charging, Anything Higher than 15.0 means that your bike is overcharging, which usully fries the battery and blows the headlight fuse and/or main fuse.

If over/undercharging, this means that the voltage regulator is bad.
Before you buy another one, make sure the one you have is plugged in all the way and that the connectors are clean.
I had a GSXR 750 that sat for a while and i had to clean every connector on the bike before it would run/operate like it should, so a dirty or loose connection should be checked first.
Saves you a lot of money too because voltage regulators are usually over $100.

If you do not ride for months at a time, your battery will discharge over time.
a battery tender or battery charger is needed to keep the battery charged when the bike is not in use. Motorcycle batteries are not like car batteries, that seem to last forever. 4-5 years is about all you'll get out of a motorcycle battery on a motorcycle that is ridden alot.
On a motorcycle that is barely ridden, won't last much more than 2 years if your lucky.
Hope this information was helpful
Best regards
Big Al

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You have a fuel delivery problem. Open the gas cap on the bike & try. This will prove if a vacuum is happening inside the tank (plugged vent). Check fuel filter. Check fuel pump. Check fuel pressure regulator.

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I had the same problem, Turns out that my shims were finished, replace the chims and check clearences.

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