Question about kawasaki VN 750 Vulcan Motorcycles
Hi this sounds like the carbs are out of ballance, the air fuel mix is not correct and does need adjusting, check the idle screw as sometimes this will have the same affect if it is not correctly adjusted, but this does sound like you are getting to much air into the system , when you are reving the motor when it hits 1000 rpm, and you let go of the throltle does it take its time to come down? or does it drop straight away, then needs to die?, if it is the first one it is to much air, if it is the second one it is to much fuel...hope this helps
Posted on May 31, 2010
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