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Old 10-14-2007, 02:40 PM   #1
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Angry kawasaki idling speed adjustment

Started my 02 kawasaki ninja 500 on high choke to start. Once warmed up, i lowered the choke to idle and i wants to turn off. I give it gas with the troddle and it wants to turn off. Help
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carbs need cleaning, take it to Motorcycles Unlimited or your local shop
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Old 10-14-2007, 03:47 PM   #3
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Yeah it's prolly your carb needs cleaning. Unless you know what you are doing I wouldn't do it myself.

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its easy.let the screws out of carb bowls.drain.tighten screws.spray full of berryman chem tool.let sit 15 min.drain.repeat. but you want to pull tank.and you NEED t handle allen wrench.have done it with standard allen.it sucks.needs to be long to get to middle carbs.if it is a dirty carb issue.
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