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Old 02-28-2010, 09:14 PM   #1
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aight so i finaly got my bike friday. i poured some seafoam into the tank but it still stalls and backfires. and it has to be on full choke or it dies. someone told me i need to adjust the idle, but that wouldnt help with the backfiring. im going to go ahead and get the carbs cleaned i guess to make it my safest best bet. runs good after 1st, but when u down shift it wnats to stall.
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Old 02-28-2010, 09:51 PM   #2
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older bike ?

been sitting a wile?

i would say its varnished and you should have them cleaned , adjust air fuel and sink them too

get with patrick at motorcycles unlimited, i am sure he can fix you up for a good price !
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The passion for riding becomes hassle when you have to mess with that every time you are going to ride. Get them cleaned by Motorcycles Unlimited and it will save you many headaches.
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If its been sitting for a while let them sync the carbs too and do the inspection on the bike.
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