Kawasaki motorcycle carburetors provide the fuel-and-air mixture necessary for the vehicle to produce its high performance. Tuning and adjusting the carburetor on such a motorcycle is the best way to get the most effective riding results from the bike. The adjustments can include making the idle, midrange, and high-range air-fuel mixing process more efficient or better suited to the environment the motorcycle is being ridden in. However, the process requires testing and retesting to get the carburetor settings correct for the rider and for the locale where he rides.

Low-Range Adjustments

Step 1

Insert the key into the ignition and start the motorcycle. Let the engine run for up to five minutes to warm the system. Turn the motorcycle off. Pull the clips that keep the engine cover on the bike body. Lift the cover to expose the engine and carburetor.