Question about 1993 Suzuki DR 650 RS-E
If my bike sounded mad I would shoot it, but that is a different problem.
It just may be circumstancial having no spark and flooding issues. Most likely some debris was set loose when installing new jets and has fouled the float seat. The neutral indicator lead may have also been dislodged from the loom connection when working on the carby. Check for any damage on the float pins and needle tab (small brass flange), Check plastic floats aren't cracked or split. Check wiring connections from leads exiting crankcases. If the dynojet kit is anything like my sigma6 XT600 kit, I was advised to drill several holes in the airbox lid, or remove the snorkel....they need to breathe.
Posted on Jun 04, 2011
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