Join Date: Apr 2003
Location: New Jersey, United States.
start with draining all fluids. changing tires.
to be absolutely sure, take a look inside the gas tank.
before starting or anything, change the oil.
don't ride too far or fast on old tires.
clean the chain with a wire brush and chain lube. move it around and make sure it's loose.
if and bit IF, it starts smoothly, run a good gas through it.
if rough start and idle. you will have to disassemble the carburetors and clean the internals. in which case I would suggest taking to shop, this job done well should cost under 200$ well worth.
08 gsxr 600-beater
02 6r j3-project on hold
04 mazda 3~stupid junk car. cars suck. except when its raining.