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Postby Alan » Wed Feb 22, 2017 1:13 pm

Hi all
a question

Can any help with setting up carbs on my h2 - have a few issues and thing its carb related - fuel air mixture

Doe any have a sequence - and correct balance between furl and air

Many thanks in advance
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Re: carb set up

Postby Tankie » Wed Feb 22, 2017 1:27 pm

Go and look at the site called Kawasaki resources, all the info you will need is there
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Re: carb set up

Postby eman » Wed Feb 22, 2017 2:02 pm

This is the site referred to http://www.kawatriple.com/

I have an H2 which on the throttle is great but low down it can be bitch. You can try and sort it or live with
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Re: carb set up

Postby Tankie » Wed Feb 22, 2017 2:18 pm

If you have to replace any of the carb internals only use Mikuni parts ,otherwise you will get in a right pickle
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Re: carb set up

Postby H2Herman » Wed Feb 22, 2017 4:14 pm

No1 : the carbs need to be squeeky clean (ultra sound cleaning is recommended)
No 2 : if your engine is 'stock' start with the original jetting.
No 3 : balance all 3 carbs. Sounds difficult but it really isn't. (you tube will help )
No 4 : make sure all jets are original Mikuni
No 5 : check the flow rate from pet cock
No 6 : check float level

All H2 will surge at 1/4 throttle while riding in town.
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Re: carb set up

Postby Tankie » Wed Feb 22, 2017 8:44 pm

All H2 will surge at 1/4 throttle while riding in town
Really, I don't think so, if yours does you can get it better.
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Re: carb set up

Postby H2Herman » Thu Feb 23, 2017 12:25 pm

Then please share your knowledge with us. I would like it much better if my H2 wouldn't jump like a bronco.
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Re: carb set up

Postby mraxl » Thu Feb 23, 2017 1:18 pm

H2Herman wrote:Then please share your knowledge with us. I would like it much better if my H2 wouldn't jump like a bronco.

Carb sync is critical and
http://www.kawatriple.com/manuals/carbt ... .htm#surge
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Re: carb set up

Postby H2Herman » Thu Feb 23, 2017 3:01 pm

mraxl wrote:
H2Herman wrote:Then please share your knowledge with us. I would like it much better if my H2 wouldn't jump like a bronco.

Carb sync is critical and
http://www.kawatriple.com/manuals/carbt ... .htm#surge


This is very helpful many thanks. I am often on the resource Site but must have overlooked this one.

BTW thank you for putting the resource site up it is very helpful.
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