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On a kawasaki KZ750 twin the left bank not getting gas right bank is good the carbs are clean no blockage Compression 75 on both banks Can block carb air intake and feel suction but will not fire?

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2005-10-07 23:47:18
2005-10-07 23:47:18

Have you tried checking the needle and seat in the carb. Sounds like it may be sticking closed. Best way to check this is to remove float bowl and move the float up and down by hand. if needle moves then it should be ok if not try pulling it out of main jet and blow air into it.

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