Question about Suzuki Boulevard S50 Motorcycles
Try to avoid removing them. Most Carb problems are caused by water. Look for a drain plug in the carb bowls, remove the plug and flush the carbs with methylated spirits via the fuel pipe hose. Remove the air cleaner box to gain access. Check there is no water in the tank by draining fuel into a glass jar, water and fuel dont mix you will see if any is evident. A small amount of metho added to the tank will dilute water to help it pass through the system. After flushing and before replacing air cleaner bow, start the motor and raise the RPM, then block the mouth of each carby in turn to use the engine vaccuum to '**** through' any small debris. Before replacing air cleaner box study the way the carbs are mounted in case you have to remove them. Remove carbs as complete as possible and clean the bowls and jets from underneath, try not to disturbe the adjustments as a full tune up will be necessary if they are not in sync. Carbs are often dismantled only to find the problem is electrical which is way more common.
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Posted on Mar 16, 2011
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