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- Joined: Wed Dec 09, 2015 7:58 pm
- My Bike: Kawasaki Zxr 400
Whenever I get up to around 120 mph and stay there for a while and slow down my bike goes all boggy and cuts out when I come to a stop. i can stop it from cutting out by keeping the revs up then it returns to normal after a little bit of riding. it's completely fine down low its just when you have been out for a good rip any ideas on what it may be before I start to strip it down its a 1995 l5 model
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- Posts: 108
- Joined: Tue Oct 07, 2014 11:05 am
- My Bike: Zxr 400 L3
- Location: Trier - Germany
I had a similar problem last year which appeared due to wrong idling air/fuel mixture. You can easily check this by turning the pilot screw in (without force) and turn it 1 3/4 - 2 1/4 roundings out (depends on where you live or what mods you have done. With 2 you won't be that wrong). When it is more turnings out I had the described problem...
Zxr 400 SL - 130kg