Hi guys, I bought a Kawasaki 650sx last week and got it running. I rebuilt the carburetor, replaced all fuel lines and filter, and replaced the check valve on the tank vent because it was stuck open. I believe the carburetor is a mikuni 44mm or maybe a 46mm. It has a 110 low jet and 140 high. The settings were initially set at for the high speed at like 2.5 out and low speed like 2 turns. I kinda forgot but that is about what they were at. Before the rebuild at those carb settings it would start up very well. Only a couple cranks cold. But it would bog when revved up. So that is why I did all that work. I heard that those original carb settings were way too rich so I am 2 turns out on high and 1 ½ on low speed. Now it is very hard to start without starting fluid and when I get it running I have to keep on the throttle and it still bogs. What do you guys think? Thanks, John.