Question about 2003 kawasaki KX 250
Sounds like it's flooding...majority of pipes "don't" require jetting in older 250's...if they sent the jets with the pipe, find a happy medium in the numbers...for instance; if you had a 118 stock, and they said use 124, use a 120 instead...bottom line, you gotta reduce the fuel...quick trick ? just loosen the clamps on the carb and turn it sideways and remove the bowl...you don't have to remove the carb to re-jet...
Posted on Apr 26, 2010
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