Help Needed

Ernest Montague afm199 at earthlink.net
Wed Jul 27 07:59:57 PDT 2011


Ditto the inline filter. I found the OEM fuel lines start to deteriorate after ten years. 


On Jul 27, 2011, at 7:53 AM, KC Gager wrote:

> No problem Doug we're all up here to help each other. You may want to check
> your gas tank for rust. Pull the fuel petcork off and check the screen. In
> most case when you were slow jets get plugged up for no apparent reason.
> Most of the time it's microscopic bits of rust that of gotten past the fuel
> sock. You might want to pick up an install a in-line fuel filter. 
> 
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: sv650-bounces at micapeak.com [mailto:sv650-bounces at micapeak.com] On
> Behalf Of Doug Pippin
> Sent: Wednesday, July 27, 2011 5:00 AM
> To: Suzuki SV650 Mailing List
> Subject: Re: Help Needed
> 
> Thanks for the replies.
> I removed the carburetors again and removed all the jets. pushed 
> small wire through them and blew them out with air.
> Didn't really see anything in the jets but it did the job.
> 
> Bike is running normally again.
> 
> thanks again
> 
> Doug
> 
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> At 11:38 PM 7/26/2011, you wrote:
>> What KC said. pull the pilot jet and blow through it. Pull both of 
>> them. They should let a small amount of air through. IF they don't 
>> you need a 6 thou wire to clean them.
>> 
>> 
>> On Jul 25, 2011, at 7:58 AM, Doug Pippin wrote:
>> 
>>> Any suggestions to my problem here?
>>> 
>>> I have a 99 SV650 track bike that recently started acting up.
>>> When I'm on the track and have full or almost full throttle the 
>> bike runs well.
>>> Once the RPM's drop it doesn't run clean. Sputters and pops somewhat.
>>> The problem started while I was riding on the track.
>>> The engine starts normally and runs at higher RPM but sputters 
>> and pops when in lower RPM.
>>> It backfires when you release the throttle and sometimes when 
>> it's shut off.
>>> 
>>> I've removed the carbs and checked them visually and everything 
>> seems OK there.
>>> I've replaced both the coils to eliminate any problem there.
>>> I removed the valve covers and checked the valve timing and it is 
>> correct according to the timing mark on the generator.
>>> This bike has the 2nd gen camshaft swap and it ran well for a 
>> season and half until recent problem started.
>>> I've checked the compression and it's good.
>>> 
>>> So I'm scratching my head as to what's wrong.
>>> Is there a problem with SV's where the key on the generator may 
>> shear making the valve timing off?
>>> Does this sound like it may be a ECM  (igniter) problem?
>>> 
>>> I'm going to remove the carbs and go through them again to see if 
>> I missed anything.
>>> 
>>> Any suggestions?
>>> 
>>> thanks in advance
>>> Doug
>>> 
>>> 
>>> ----------
>>> Doug Pippin
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>>> <mailto:>d_pippin_89<mailto:>@bellsouth.net
>>> 
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