Question about Suzuki GSX 600 F (Katana Motorcycles
It still sounds like your pilot jets in the carburetor are clogged. Just soaking will not clear plugged jets. The jets need to be removed, and manually cleared out. If you take a single strand from a piece of wire, it is usually small enough to pass through the pilot jet without damaging the orifice. After you have passed the wire through the jet, soak it again to remove any remaining deposits. Then blow the jet clear with compressed air. You should be able to see light through the jet orifice if it is clear.
Posted on Aug 21, 2010
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