What happens if you warm it uo then leave choke on ? Will it rev quick. ^^^^Wow...that issue is way over my head.
I got another issue, in that I removed the carb and cleaned it, but then I had the parts scattered for awhile. I've put it together some and it starts, it idles great but bogs down when throttle is given gas quickly, if tends to not bog down as much if gas is given slowly. So I got extra rubber lines and not sure where they go, anybody have a diagram or picture of both sides or an overview of how it should be normally put together?
Done all this already but The vacuum lines are what I couldn't remember how they get put back correctly, and you say they need to be sealed ? How's that? There lies my problem...need a diagram on how they supposed to go, thanks all for your adviceI would order new jets fro I use Rocky Mountain ATV and clean carburetor. Change out gas and new sparkplug and make sure all vacuum lines are sealed. I use a stock air cleaner. I had a foam one come apart, . Mine runs a lot better after installing the de-smog kit. You can just clean your jets but they are cheap.
Let us know what you find.
The nature of these bikes is until warm thar sputter and all have a dead spot unless thet have a pumper carb. It's easy to live with. I love my 650L
You dont need to pull side covers off to set valves if i remember. Just observe the timing mark per the literature.
I've never taken mine apart, but was just looking at the exploded parts diagram and noticed one of the parts was marked "Clutch, One-Way". Part #3 in the diagram. Any chance you may have this in backwards?Well, ain't the battery...
Correct, unless you can't get the nut off to turn the crank That's what started this all... No amount of heat, impact, solvents, banging, etc would get it off. Even once I removed the side cover, drilled holes in the cover nut thingy and applied tons of torque .. nope, fused to the case! Good thing those side case covers are cheap.
I think it's gotta be the gearing behind the starter cover - something in there must not be happy. But, the re-installation SEEMS foolproof, at least. This fool found a way to break something, though...