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|05-30-2019 10:49 AM|
|Spyder13||Hmmm, Not sure I know anyone out that way that could help you out. But I will inquire with a couple people...|
|05-29-2019 05:19 PM|
Originally Posted by Spyder13 View Post
Well, the problem is I don't know how to do any of that stuff!!!!
When I moved from Cali to WA State, the bike sat for about a year or so. The rear sprocket was flattened out, because the place that installed my tires I guess had it adjusted to far or something, I don't know.
So I did the 520 Conversion on it, +1/-2 (or maybe it was the other way around - gained more bottom end, and lost top end) on the front sprocket, and rode the bike. Never had the carbs cleaned, jetted, sync'd, anything.
And now moving here, I would much rather get the carbs and stuff done *before* running it again.
The bike has currently been sitting for about 4 years. So obviously, I will need to do an oil change, along with cleaning out the tank.
That's why I was asking if anyone knew of a shop around, or a club, or something, where they don't mind teaching how to do it, etc.
Thank you folks for the assistance!
|05-29-2019 11:26 AM|
|Spyder13||Yeah, I'm with Jet on this one. If it ran good in Cali, you should get away with a good cleaning, and seals. Be sure your floats are set right, and rock it. I have a '95 750 W. GREAT bikes...|
|05-27-2019 05:02 PM|
Originally Posted by Goobz View Post
|05-27-2019 02:39 PM|
Need Carb Help - Glendale, AZ
I have a '96 GSXR-750 with roughly 30K Miles on it.
I moved to AZ 3 years ago from WA State, where the bike has been with me since 2005.
I originally bought it brand new in Long Beach, CA and it was a GREAT daily driver, and saw craploads of riding.
Shortly after moving to WA State, I had a problem with hesitation on the freeway. If I was rolling down the road at a continuous speed / RPM, she would sputter. If I gave her a little throttle, or let off the throttle a little bit, that hesitation stopped for about another 10 miles or so. I presume it was because of the carbs, and the difference in Atmospheric Pressure.
Now that I am here in AZ, I know it's DEFINITELY going to need some assistance getting the carbs re-jetted, re-sync'd, etc.
Anyone have any good shops around here that don't cost an arm and a leg?
Or are there any clubs / folks around here who don't mind helping folks out with this that are looking to learn how to do it?
I appreciate your assistance and help in advance.