Question about Suzuki GSF 400 Bandit Motorcycles
Flooding is due to loss of firing and excessive setting of fuel or choke.
So you need to start all over once again. remove the plugs and check the GAPS, if this is more the plugs may not fire as the fuel may be pumped into to flood. So clean and set gap a little lower than the present. secondly check the fuel settings, if there was an alterations done in your last service. If so reset them back to the normal state.
Finally check the fuel quality , check if there is any more dirt( water) in tank. Also check the firing intensity , check with the plugs before you reset. Pump off the excess flooded fuel before the plug is replaced.
Posted on Mar 28, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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