If you're bike is carburated and sat over this past winter, out in the elements, or even in the garage, it may need a good carb cleaning!
This instructable will walk you through removing, disassembling, cleaning, reassembling, and reinstalling a carburetor for a 1995 Suzuki LS 650 (Savage).
I bought this bike back in March 2011 and I thought I would record all the modifications, etc. that I do to it before I'm finished turning it into a sweet lil'bobber.
Tools you'll need:
Small flat head screwdrivers (several sizes)
Philips head screwdriver
Needle Nose Pliers
I entered the steps in the diagram boxes within my pics.
Remember that ORGANIZATION is a must when removing parts from a bike. Using lidded containers will help ensure that parts don't go missing because of accidents. There have been so many times I have bumped a container and had it fall from my table or work bench. I learned after the first time, keeping parts in a lidded container will keep those parts from spreading out all over the shop!
To reassemble the parts, follow the steps in reverse order.
Hope this helps!