Question about 1995 Suzuki GSX-R 750 WS
Be warned .. Do not tamper with or adjust the air screws on the bottom of the carbs as these are set from the factory are carry no standard settings although if you have then screw them in till they stop then unscrew them out 1 1/2 turns, this isn't ideal but is as close as your gonna get them without the right equipment.
Sounds more like your sucking in extra air from somewhere, with the bike running try spraying brake cleaner (careful as its flamable so dont go wild with it) or WD40 around the carb/ inlet rubber area to see if the engine note changes, if so try and pinpoint where the leak is and seal it.
If all of your plugs are sooting up have you had a camchain fitted recently as it sounds like your timing may a tooth out or is the tensioner that worn that it's altering the timing or is it the correct plugs? or try going one (only one) number down on the plugs as this is slightly hotter, think you run cr9e's in that try 8's if available.
Hope this helps
Posted on Apr 25, 2010
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