Question about Honda VT 750 Shadow Motorcycles
If your bike has been in storage for the winter you may have fuel that has gone bad. Even if you had stabilizer in it. The Fuel pump could be the problem, but it would not be my first guess. The carb is the first and most likely location for the issues. The jets are very small and clog very easy. You may need a rebuild kit. You could try cleaning the carb again. Use guitar string through all of the tiny ports on the jets. Also the petcock may have become clogged. Also check the fuel lines they could dry rot and cause issues.
Posted on Apr 05, 2011
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