Question about 1995 Honda VFR 400 R NC30
This sounds like your have rust in the tank. Drain the fuel and check that the fuel filter on the petcock in the tank is still there. If your cycle has an in line filter replace it. If not, you may want to add an in line filter. I would also try a small dose of fuel system cleaner in case you purchased some gelled/gummy fuel. If this does not not solve the problem you may have to dismantle the carbs and inspect the needles for wear. If the tips are worn or the sides show wear, worst case scenario, you will have to replace the needles.
Posted on Sep 05, 2010
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