I have a 2012 Kawasaki ninja 250r with 50 miles on it.
I have a brand new bike that's been sitting at my shed for about 6 years. The idle speed seems to be too low because sometimes it stalls when I go on very low speeds. Although it only has 50 miles on it, does the carburetors need to be cleaned or replaced? Or do I simply use the idle speed adjustment?
My money would be on a dead battery or an earth/ground problem.
A multimeter and continuity tester would help track it down.
Buy a manual for the bike & read it. (ALWAYS worth doing)
The problem will be in the choke control system (surprise, surprise). The choke lever not only closes the choke butterfly but also raises the idle. Usually this is a small screw on the choke lever pressing onto the throttle butterfly actuator.. Not to be...
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My battery for some reason is not charging when the motorcycle is in operation. I have changed the Stator and I have changed the Regulator Rectifier. Its still not charging. A its doing is draining the battery voltage from 12 to no cranking voltage. Completely out.
Bleed until FRESH fluid comes out. Do not bother with the brake fluid bottle. It will be bad when it is time to change the fluid again. You can give it to a friend but it must be used immediately.
I don't know anything about how cars or motorcycles work, but it just seems weird that motorcycles are always screaming through the street as loud as the beaches of Normandy, and cars, which are much bigger (and presumably would require much more force to move) don't make anywhere close to as much noise.
We don't even know which country you live in.
And even if we did we couldn't give anything other than a wild guess.
Get online and on the phone, get quotes and compare the amount of excess and coverage you get. Then pick the best option for you.
It's called 'lane splitting' my dear boy and yes, it's legal all across the globe except;
Pretty much the whole United States (Excluding California).
Aye, Yankees are a genius! Or at least that's what they like to think.
Anyways, I do it all the time here, across the pond. In fact; I've...
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