Question about kawasaki Ninja 250R Motorcycles
There is an idle screw on your carb that may need to be turned out. Its going to be a larger screw turn this counter clockwise to lower idle speed. Another thing that you can do is loosen your cable tension from your grip. There is a cupped screw holding the cable and a lock nut holding it tight. Loosen the lock nut and then the screw then tighten the lock nut. When this is done less tension on the throttle cable will cause a lower idle also unless the cable is loose already.
Posted on May 30, 2010
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