Question about Honda CBR 600 F(1)H Motorcycles
You didn't say whether the bike has been sitting (without being run) for any amount of time. If it has, I'd say that either your pilot jets are plugged, or you float needle is blocked/restricted; thus not allowing it to refill the carb bowls as fast as the fuel is being drawn from them by the engine. The later though usually only effects 1 maybe 2 carbs. Not usually all 4. the plugged pilots jets are more likely.
So how long has the bike sat without running? (And "It was running before I parked it" doesn't apply here) :-)
Posted on Mar 11, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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