I took apart my carbs last year, cleaned them, went to mechanic to sync them, set the mixture as it should, idle screw. I never had any problems , and don't have them now but Im having with half functional choke.
At the first month it was all ok. Usually since I bought this bike (12 years ago), choke always was functioning like this- first half nothing happens then it starts to kick in. When it is fully applied rpms went to 3k.
But since last year after cleaning (not sure or 1 month later), it was rainy and I couldnt start it with full choke. Then i closed choke and it started. Hmmm. Later on I noticed that fully applied choke kills my bike.
Since now the weather is still cold, I need it and I managed to get it to work to maybe 1500rpms. I apply the choke maybe 2mm from fully applied position, and then its ok. If I try to give it some more, it just kills my bike.
I guess it is the too much fuel.
Bike is idling fine, going fine, I don't see any difference in consumption etc.
What I want to know guys, what can I do to try to fix this but not to take appart carbs again
? Yeah sounds stupid but I really don't have nerves to do this again, I would rather go to mechanic and pay .... Is there anything that I can try with cables, mixture screws (bike running fine...) etc?
I can start a bike with this but I think that it would start easier if the choke can be fully applied, since the weather is still cold.