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Cuts out in upper gears - ZX-6R kawasaki Motorcycles

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  • rcsr_jones Oct 06, 2009

    2001 ZX6R spuuters in upper gears. Runs like a champ in lower 3. It actually loses speed. Replaced fuel filter air filter, cleaned and blew out carbs. All air intake lines are well connected.

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Check fuel filter might be clogged.

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  • steve t Apr 18, 2010

    after balancing the carbs did seem to work for you! and can i get at least a helpfull on this one thanks! and good riding

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