Suzuki Carburetor Troubleshooting eHow

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Gas Tank Inspection

So you’re flat spots in midrange, throttle response and an occasional at low idle? Before you tear the carbs, look at the gas tank and your way inside. Make all the tubes are properly connected to the Is the fuel line fastened How about the air breather tube and line to the carbs?

Check gas cap to see if it’s ventilating properly. If the tank could be vacuuming upward instead of pushing it to the Check the petcock filter to see if is any debris kicking around impeding the flow of fuel.

Removing the Carbs

Before the carbs, you must take a few Drain the float bowls by the catch pan underneath the carbs and the float bowl drain at the bottom of each bowl. all fuel is drained, set aside the pan and loosen the clamps holding the onto the cylinder head. If you enough room, it is possible to on your carbs without the throttle cables by swinging to one side of the bike and draping a over the engine.

If you don’t have enough disconnect the throttle cables, tubes and any other parts them to the bike. When you remove the carbs, they come off as a unit braced with air breather hoses out. If you run individual pod air filters, them before taking off the

A Good Cleaning

By this it’s obvious that something wrong with the and they most likely a cleaning and adjusting. Find out where your bike’s jets and pilots are, them, and soak them in cleaner. Remove the float and check for sludge. Clean the bowls with carb as well.

You can use compressed air to blow out of the tiny holes in the carburetor but make sure you have a grip on them. Clean any of the carb body that corroded or blocked. Let the carburetor dry, reinstall them and the carbs to the bike.

Connect all cables and fasten all

Floats, Needles and Other

Check out the floats in the float If the floats are out of sync, use a caliper to the distances on each carb. sure that they are all to via the bike’s service manual.

Also, see if the needles are on the right and setting using the service If your needles or floats are it could lead to irregular flow and an unhappy bike. you’re at it, make sure main jets and pilot are to spec. This is especially after buying a new bike.

If carbs are geared for an aftermarket ensure that their are compatible with the exhaust

Carb Sync and Routine

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