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This is a discussion on Rz250 problem within the Yamaha forums, part of the Manufacturers category; Hi all my RZ250 has a power problem running at low speed is fine but when you try to open ...

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Old 08-28-2011   #1
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Unhappy Rz250 problem

Hi all my RZ250 has a power problem running at low speed is fine but when you try to open her up i get nothing its as if there is no power band anymore i have a top speed of 100km a hour and the only way i can get there is in 3 gear at about 9 to 10 thousand rpm then when i change up she slowly drops speed again any sugestions and answers to my problem will be greatfully recieved

Hi again thanks all who looked ar my post and am sory you had no answers to my problem an update on my Rz she is running smoothly again after i pulled the carbs apart and found little bits of grit floating in both bowls the left side more so than the right this clean out has solved the power problem i had it seems that the grit was restricting the jet in the left carb so in efect i was running on one cylinder all good now and am out riding again .
Happy riding to you all

Last edited by walaby; 09-10-2011 at 04:50 PM. Reason: Problem solved
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