Question about Motorcycles
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Depending on the type of intake system, if it's a normally carburettored bike, there is an air mixture screw on your carby(s). Set this screw at one and one half turns out from being screwed to stop. Run bike till it is warm and set IDLE screw or throttle stop at optimum idle revs. Without using choke or throttle, turn the air mixture screw slowly in or out till revs build to highest level. Reset idle screw or throttle stop to set revs back down to optimum level as before. If this does not cure your problem, depending on if it's a 2 or four stroke, single or multi cylinder engine your problem may be one of many from fuel ratio, valve rocker clearance, ignition, plug range etc....specify make/model for proper info.
Posted on May 21, 2010
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