Question about 2001 kawasaki ZX-6R Ninja
Try this: remove your air-filter (prob. located under seat) and spray starter fluid in there. This should start it up and might clean out the problem. Make sure all gas lines are turned on as well. Sometimes after motors sit too long the mechanical parts tend to build up a thin layer of film and rust which causes them parts to stick or clog tiny air/fuel holes. If you can get it started with the starting fluid the motor self lubricants and the suction the bike creates might pull the rest of the debris threw and spit it out your exhaust.
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Posted on Oct 08, 2009
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