Question about Honda Motorcycles
Connect a voltmeter to your battery and then start the bike, the voltage when running should be about 14 volts DC. If it is lower than 12 then you need to look at your charging system.
Posted on Sep 13, 2013
Sounds like the carbs were not properly cleaned or set up. Choke should cause the cold start rpms to be higher than what you are experiencing. Application of choke to a warmed up engine will usually cause the engine to stall.
Posted on Jun 28, 2010
SOURCE: Replaced battery on 04 CBR1000, riding for 30 minutes stopped in store and bike would not start (not holding charge) jumped started, while idle noticed MIL on and bike shut down/stopped. Towed bike h
I had to change my stator
Posted on May 01, 2012
well mine is stock, just fiddled with it today. took all 4 air/fuel
screws out, they werent junked or anything. put them back in at 2 turns
out, adjusted the choke properly, and finally put in the new set of
plugs i got.
so after a bit of fiddling i got it started, i had to hold the choke all the way out to keep it running (barely) turned the idle way up to get it to stay running. wont rev past 3-4 grand. turned all the a/f screws out to 3 turns out, which is where most of them were before. and there was no noticable difference in the way it ran. finally noticed one of the carbs was overfilling (leaking out the bypass) so i turned the fuel valve and let it run out.
Posted on Jul 28, 2012
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