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Motor boggs on acceleration


Hi Anonymous, if you have a carburator the usual suspects are:
1. Damaged or restricted fuel tank venting system (gas cap).
2. Inlet system air leak.
3. Vacuum piston malfunction.
4. Accelerator pump leaking or no output.
5. Plugged bowl vent.
6. Fuel level (float chamber) too low.
7. Restriccted fuel supply passages.
8. Plugged jets or passages.
9. Worn or damaged needle or needle jet.
10. Enrichner valve not seated or leaking.
Good luck And have a nice Harley day.

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How do I change the motor side casing on a j5s pump


The motor must be dismantled as well . a bit scary , but I have done one Carefull not to damage the motor axle ie comutator etc.

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Bike acts like its starving for fuel in 4th and 5th gear


Hi Flashgordono, and the usual suspects are:
1. Idle speed improperly adjusted.
2. Intake manifold air leak.
3. Restricted fuel tank vent system.
4. Dirty or damaged air cleaner element.
5. Enrichner valve not seated or leaking.
6. Restricted fuel supply tract.
7. Plugged bowl vent or overflow tube.
8. Worn or damaged needle or needle jet.
9. Loose or plugged fuel and air jets or passages.
10.Vacuum piston assembly malfunction.
11. Loose or plugged main jets or passages.
12. Improper float level.
13. Accelerator pump inoperative.
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Why does 2002 honda xr50 run better with choke at half way instead of off


The jets are a little clogged or gummed up. Clean the carburetor jets and it will run better with the choke off. What happens is with the choke off, there is too much air and not enough fuel in the air fuel mixture because not enough fuel is passing through the jets but the same amount of air is always allowed. With the choke on, you are restricting the amount of air flow which helps to correct the fuel/air mixture into the engine. To clean the jets, you will remove the float bowl from the bottom of the carburetor, there will be at least two jets (sometimes up to four) in the bottom of the carb, remove both jets and use carb cleaner and compressed air to clean them. DO NOT USE any type of tool because it can scar the jet passage and change the fuel flow as well. Also be sure to use the proper screw driver to remove the jets since if you damage them it can also change the fuel flow. Also, when removing the jets, be aware of any washers or spacers that may be in place when removing. Good luck

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We put a jet kit from dynojet for a 2007 suzuki dr650 and the jets we got didnt fit so we emprovised and got the jet to the same diamiter as the one we got with the jet kit and now the motor runs and idles...


Sounds like its running too lean, you need to jet it richer or else you risk damaging the motor. Jetting is a painful tuning process and had to be done each time any change is made to the exhaust or intake.

When you run rich you loose power and create more smoke, when you run lean you are more efficient, slightly more power but runs too hot and causes damage.

Cheers,

Kevin

Mar 11, 2010 | 2005 Suzuki DR 650 SE

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What do people mean rejetting? rejetting what ur carb?


Re-jetting refers to changing the size of the jet (or jets) within the carb. The jets, for the most part, determine the air/fuel ratio entering the engine, Too small of jets the engine will run lean, run hot and may lack top-end power. Too rich and the engine may have low-end running problems, produce a bit of black smoke, waste fuel and may even foul the spark plug(s). Looking at your spark plugs can give you great in-site as to how the engine is running, rich, lean, burning oil...)
Please see the attached link for your use.

http://www.spark-plugs.co.uk/pages/technical/diagnosis.htm

If you do need to replace the jets you'll need to remove the carb(s) and tear in to them abit; the jets themselves just screw in and out. Take care when handling, their brass and can be damaged easily.

I hope this may have assited you,
Tom

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Air in faucets


The tree may have damaged a pipe,which is letting air into the system. I'm suprised you haven't mentioned a leak. It's possible for air to be pulled in thru the motor seal, if suction is high. High suction usually means trouble in the well, a clogged point or a malfunctioning check. Push on pipes and the pressure line to the switch, if they leak water out, air can be drawn in.

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Kohler K1338 spa tub controls messing up


no it is not damaged. that is the way it is operated. it always resets to the bottom jets first.

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I want to be prepared to change my Carrier Furnace from Natural Gas to Propane if I need to.. I was told that their should be a little sack with a replacement jet hanging there somewhere. There is not.. ...


not only do you need the nozzles....you will need the spring changed in the gas valve and a manometer to set the proper gas pressure output from the valve.If you change the jets only you could do alot of damage to your furnace.

Sep 23, 2008 | Carrier Heating & Cooling

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