Question about 2004 Yamaha TT-R 225
Remove the fuel tank , side covers , and seat. Take your carburetor off , clean and inspect it. Check the carburetor top diaphragm. Make sure all the jets are in place and the passageways through the body are clear as well as the jets are clear. Squirt carburetor cleaning fluid through them. Most of all inspect the intake boot for rips tears and separation. Make sure your mixture screw is set to 2 full turns. Reassemble and your problem should be solved.
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