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|04-10-2015 01:50 PM|
Great video that Tom found, like always.
I will have to look into that mod, but right now the KLR is running great, so I might wait until next winter. It is Spring which mean spring out of bed and get on the bike!
|04-10-2015 11:14 AM|
|blazermike||I'll try it, I use it all the time in my boat engine, thanks for the tip.|
|04-09-2015 09:33 PM|
Try Seafoam first. It's a lot easier than pulling the carb and cleaning it.
If it doesn't work you're only out a couple of bucks and yo have most of a cn of Seafoam left.
|04-09-2015 09:01 PM|
|blazermike||Seems like I need to clean the carb , not planning on doing any mods right now.|
|04-09-2015 01:39 PM|
|Lineman222||Thanks Tom, that helped clear up some things|
|04-09-2015 12:29 PM|
|04-09-2015 11:46 AM|
.22 cent mod. u buy two 11 cent washers and put them on the stock needle allowing it to run a little richer, guess kawi has to really lean them out to pass EPA requirement. there is also the choice to install a KLX needle to do basically the same thing but that provides better throttle response throughout the range, 142.5 seems to be the most popular needle.
KLR.net forum has some good info and u can also google 22 cent mod. hope that helped a little
|04-09-2015 11:36 AM|
|Lineman222||let me check, think it has something to do with the more air. have u tried running some seafoam additive to your tank that stuff is supposed to work miracles|
|04-09-2015 11:27 AM|
|blazermike||I've already ran a few tanks through the bike with carb cleaner next I will clean carb, what does this 22. mod do, should I do it while I have the carb apart.|
|04-09-2015 09:45 AM|
|Lineman222||Hey Mike, did the previous owner leave gas in the tank? Unless he put Stabil or some other gas perservative ur carb might be a little gummed up. get rid of the old gas.|
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