Question about Yamaha Ybr 125 Diversion Motorcycles
Clean the carburetor. Pay special attention to the jets inside the float bowl area. Remove the throttle and air screws and spray cleaner into the holes and every other hole in the body of the carb. Remount the carb then screw the throttle and air screws inward until they LIGHTLY seat. Now open each of them one and one half turns. If the bike still wants to speed up the idle on its' own, the seals and rubber fittings between the carb and the cylinder are not sealing out the outside air. New seals etc., are needed.
Posted on Aug 30, 2010
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