Question about Honda CBR 250 RR Motorcycles
This is most likely a fuel related problem, unless you have electrical gremlins that are screwing with your ignition unit. Does it idle OK with the choke engaged, but dies when you disengage the choke and/or when revving the engine? In that case, your air/fuel mixture is probably way too lean. Could be dirt clogging up your fuel tap, fuel line, fuel filter or carbs..?
Try running some Seafoam or similar carb/jet cleaner through your system. If that doesn't work, take the carbs out and give them a good old manual clean.
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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