Question about kawasaki ZZR 600 Motorcycles
Vacuum changes with the weather and the Rpm of the motor. When you are setting carburetors it is important to adjust the idle constantly to your bikes standard idle speed and just make sure all mercury levels/dial gauge readings are the same for all the carburetors, or as close as you can get to being the same.
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Some bikes have a vacuum petcock. Whenever the bike started up the petcock opened itself up and whenever it shut down, the petcock shut down too. Check to see if the petcock is set to on. Check to see if the fuel line is hooked up. Check to see if you have a vacuum line, and if it's hooked up. Check to see if the gas tank were possible vacuum locking due to a clogged vent. Alternately haul off the carbs and clean them out. Check to see if the fuel filter is clogged. Also after cleaning the carb and refitting it you will need to add vacuum to that fitting. It is a safety devise to shut the fuel off to the carb. In case the rider forgets a small hand vacuum pump from harbor freight will do the job just fine
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