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I have a 1981GS750EX Suzuki i put 4 new carborators kits on and i let the bike warm up and idle when i drop it down in gear to go it boggs down like its not getten any gas

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  • evilon3 May 11, 2010

    i tried that and it did not help but thanx looken 4 2nd opinion

  • evilon3 May 11, 2010

    Thanks i will try this.running out of my mind

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Check your spark plug and if wet then you are getting too much fuel into the combustion chamber. Now if it is not wet then it may be a case of not enough gas as when you drop down in gears the engine has to rev at higher rpm and hence need more gas. Hope this helps.

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Hi
Presuming the carbs are NEW
I hope you have the correct carbs for your model !
There were 4 different carbs used on the GS750, all have different settings, jets & needles
There should be a carb model no. stamped onto the flange at the carb body bottom (above where the bowl joins).
Have you connected the vacuum pipe to the tap & 1 carb, could it be split ? Is there a good flow of petrol
Are the float heights set up (to 22.4mm +/- 1mm) ?
Are the mixture screws set up correctly
Make sure the carb-rubber clamps are done up reasonably tight
Make sure to synchronise carbs for best results

If the carbs are used then that's another can o' worms altogether
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  • steve May 11, 2010

    Hi
    Sorry just noticed the word kits after new carbs, please disregard any superfluous info
    Cheers
    Bike-Doc


  • steve May 11, 2010

    Hi can you give me more info pls
    Bike-Doc



  • steve May 11, 2010

    Hi can you give me more info pls
    Bike-Doc

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Hi! You may need to choke it when starting the bike. Try to check the fuel filter too for it may be clogged with dirt and rust, have it replaced and see how it goes. Hope this helps and have a good one!

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    dj_relly999 May 11, 2010

    No problem. Good luck!

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