Hi Guys, and thanks for reading. I have just bought a 1992 ZX2R Kawasaki. Took it out for a ride sunday arvo, but after an hour or so i stalled on a hill. Trying to start it up again I think I must have made every mistake possible-giving throttle, full choke etc until it was obviously flooded. At this stage the battery was running quite low as I really didnt want to push it home. I ended up having to. Today (Monday) my room mate helped me get it to the top of a hill to push start it (in 1st) which we tried probably four or five times with no luck. So now the battery is pretty much completely dead. I have been told after 1 or 2 hours the carby will spill any excess fuel out, so flooding should not remain a problem. The bike has just had its roadworthy done last week, so should be in good enough nick. It has 50,000k's on the clock. Does anyone know how i can get my bike started? I have read trying some different things, such as push starting in 2nd which i will do later tonight (my legs still feel like jelly from pushing up the damn hill) but I'm wondering if there is another problem here. I should also mention when we were push starting it sounded as though it were about to come to life before failing again. This happened every time. The fuel tank is almost full.