carburetor mix screws
Hello how's it going? I have a 1999 Kawasaki Vulcan 750 with 3,000 miles on it. When I got it it wouldn't run correctly, before I found out the carbs were gummed up I messed with the adjustment screws and the black air screw. I brought it to a friend of mine that got the bike running good, but when I ride it around the yard and i come to an incline and stop and try to take off again the bike will stall out and when I roll it to flat ground and take off again it is fine. Could my lack of power starting off on an incline be because the screws aren't in the correct position? Not sure if it makes a difference or not but I am practicing in my back yard in the lawn. I want to make sure this bike is in tip top shape before I get it registered. I was told I should bring it to a shop to find out if the adjustment screws are in the correct position but money is pretty tight right now for me to be able to afford a shop. Is there a way to figure this stuff out myself? Thanks!