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Old 01-05-2011, 12:37 PM   #1
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Guys, I have a 2001 R6. although I know these carbs backwards and forwards, I am NOT a carberator guru. I have had the carbs balanced at Yamaha in la Marque. Various items were replaced and they assured me they were in working order. Ther is a very distinct stumble in the mid range throttle. I took it back and they told me that the slides are not opening at correct interval. I took carbs out (for the 33rd time) and checked the tension of the slide springs, inspected the diaphrams and cleaned all the jets (they were clean). I made an edjucated desision to cut coils off the slide springs to reduce tension so they would open sooner. BIG DIFFERENCE!!!! I was wondering if someone could give me some insight on what would cause this or if someone could help/teach me how to tune carbs? I feel like it is just a tuning issue now.

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