Question about Motorcycles
Posted by Anonymous on
Check that the carb jets are clean if one is blocked up even just a little the motor wont rev up well also check that you have a good fule flow to carb and the air filter is clean,,
you can check the jets in the carb by giving the bike a little choke then try reving it up if it revs it has a blocked jet in the carb
Posted on Jul 13, 2010
Need to know what kind of bike this is and how many carbs are on it?
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