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07-30-2012 01:04 PM
Db71 Lol I don't blame you! Cant blame me for trying.....got any spare motors for sale or kick start parts?
07-30-2012 12:58 PM
ktmmike No way I,am fixing wifes car then going on A ride
07-29-2012 11:28 PM
Db71 Interested in selling?
07-16-2012 07:27 AM
LoneRider
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Originally Posted by ktmmike View Post
I did fix it it was carb jet pluged
You confirm the most likely cause, in my mind!

This ethanol-laced fuel deteriorates and coagulates readily; not that any gasoline might go bad over time. STAR-TRON fuel stabilizer helps combat ethanol to some extent, the modern Sta-bil might also.

Diagnosis and correction/cure seem right in line; congratulations!
07-16-2012 05:13 AM
ktmmike I did fix it it was carb jet pluged
07-14-2012 07:35 PM
Olddog111 From what ih read it might be cdi
I am having the same troble with a Klr 600 1985
06-21-2011 08:19 AM
Crazy Jake
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Originally Posted by Lockjaw View Post
And a good dose of Seafoam never hurt anything.
That is exactly what I would do… SeaFoam. Run every day for a week…. That will break all the crap free.
06-20-2011 10:36 PM
vatrader Welcome to the forum. If you haven't tried it yet, you might drain the float bowl. Water and other stuff collects there. Once drained, I pull the fuel line at the petcock and add carburetor cleaner to the line, hook it back up and turn the engine over a few times. Let it set overnight. With a good amount of luck, it might save you from pulling the jets. Keep us posted.
06-20-2011 10:01 PM
ktmmike I have plenty of venting it all most seems to be runing A little longger but I think I will clean the carb and get soom new gass and see how that goes
06-20-2011 08:52 PM
Lockjaw And a good dose of Seafoam never hurt anything.



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