Question about 1991 kawasaki ZZR 600
Only one thing to do, take off the carbs and soak them real good, get the gum out, and make sure the jets are clean, so you can blow through them, some of that gas gets in there and dries hard as a rock. You will need a piece of wire to bust it out, don't try drilling it, I tried once, I made a diesel. A guitar string works good, about .009 is the smallest, you can get them at the music store out of the garbage. I would get a whole set, then you have some stiff wires for cleaning such things. It should do it. I think most jets are fixed,. You might need an air flow meter to make sure all of them are the same. Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 23, 2010
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