It sounds like u guys had a great ride, sorry i missed it! Unfortunatlly i'm stuck in Houston workin......
How about making it where the only people that can enter are the ones who own TWO Kawasaki's!Just an update. The ride at Sappington's on April 21st. We will be haveing a free drawing for a rideing jacket at the end of the ride. You must participate in the ride to be entered. We will draw the name at Buffalo Wild Wings at the end of the ride
I have gon thru several sets of carbs. Whats the bike doing? The carbs can get gummed/varnished up pretty easy. Not that bad to fix. U pull the carbs, tear them down(take pics if u must!) Clean everything well with GOOD quality carb cleaner (I like 3m stuff) and reinstall! If u need a hand holler!Hey guys, sounds like there was a great ride recently, I haven't posted in a while, but I check in a read the posts every once in a while.
I can't wait to join up soon, but I need a different bike first. *sigh*
btw, does anyone here have much knowledge on carburetor's? I'm having an issue with my bike.
Im by no means a tech, but perhaps your floats are faulty? I have seen several floats go bad and they can actually become unable to float. Try and lower them in a glass of water and then wait a few minutes. If the floats appear to submerge significantly into the water, they are faulty. Could also be the pivoting assembly that enables the floats to adjust according to the amount of fuel in the bowl. Any restriction will cause the floats to gridlock, causing fuel to continue to flow into the bowl. Otherwise talk to 99tl100r - he's the wizard of mechanics hereWell I've pulled the carb off, Pulled the floatbowel off (I think that's what it's called) it all looks super clean, bike only has 2,500 miles one it, but it hasn't been driven for a while before I bought it.
But the problem is that it only runs for 1-2 minutes before flooding out and gas flows out the carb...
And idea's? Pic's/diagrams would be awesome