Question about 1996 Suzuki VS 800 Intruder
It could be a stuck choke, but it could be a stuck carb float, or needle valve. You may want to pull the carb bowl off and check and clean.
Once you get the bowl off, you can use a can of spray carb cleaner to spray the needle valve (gas inlet to carb), and inside the bowl, any jets and around the choke. Also check your air cleaner.
While you're at it, pull the spark plugs, and check to see how they look. I would clean them with carb cleaner, make sure there's clean metal at the electrode and replace any that look questionable.
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
Testimonial: "Thanks This is indeed what I was thinking to do, the sparkplug looks dark thus to much fuel"
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