Question about 2007 Yamaha V Star Classic
If this motorcycle is just coming out of storage or has been sitting dormant for a few months then I fully suspect that there is sediment in the carburetor high speed jet(s) caused by the evaporation of gas. The only way to fix this right the first time is to disassemble the carburetor clean it and make sure the jets are clear. It might look like the carb is clean but believe me after working on this stuff for almost 50 years now that foul gas and sediment gets into anywhere and plugs jets.
Not saying anything about your mechanical abilities but if you have to ask why this is happening I'd suggest you have it repaired by a motorcycle shop who is professional in these types of services. You can get yourself in a whole lot of hot water quickly if you aren't fully familiar with what you are doing.
Posted on Apr 05, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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