I'm no expert but I'd guess so too. If its just running rich did he suggest anything like adjusting pilot screw or re jetting or something? If they were fine before he probably put the pilot screws randomly maybe?
We'll this guy is meant to be the best in my area ? He told me to look out for a new set of carbs ? But I'm a logical thinker ant can't see why mine are not repairable in some way as all parts on a carb seem to be replaceable ?
Carb problem on b12 ? Just had carbs cleaned and although running much much better it is running really rich and mechanic can't see anything at all wrong with carbs ? Anyone else shed any light on this problem ?
Massive karma points for M & P Direct - they sent me a hose and valve I needed next day, completely free of charge, even though I had never used them before. Would recommend! It was for my vacuum gauges and I had been looking for about 3 months!
Yes Dave the bandit went,3k spent on it but work suddenly went tits up so had to go,currently got a so called streetfigher thunderace,must admit its pretty rapid,apparently it was Dave Jeffries iom bike in 99 bought off him from a dealer in Portsmouth,all fairing in the bin nice custom paint
Hi, i'm new to the site/forum but straight in with a question, the rear shock on my 1998 600 is going a bit spongy, anyone know if the newer models shocks will fit the older 98 model? Can't seem to find a straight answer on the internet, any help/advice appreciated thanks!
Watcha everyone new to this site and forums in general,just bought my first bandit a 2001 1200 as a bit of a project only paid 500 for it which is just as well because it runs like a bag of poop at the moment
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