Question about kawasaki Z 250 C Motorcycles
Unless the carbs and tank were carefully drained when it was parked up, you're going to probably need the carbs and fuel system cleaned. Miracles can happen though, put a litre or so in the tank on reserve and give it a go. The reason I say a litre is that it's not a lot to drain when you find the bike doesn't run worth beans. Some people would pull the valve cover off and oil up the dried out cam and followers before starting but it's unlikely you'll cause any damage. If you do need the carbs cleaned, don't let just any idiot do it. Take it to a pro.
Posted on Mar 13, 2011
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