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Old 09-12-2013, 09:33 PM
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Default Re: Too much fuel, not enough air.

Originally Posted by Targan View Post
Rings have been installed! No luck with fixing my issue though :/ Plug still comes out oily and black-ish even on leanest settings possible for the carb. It ran choppy for a minute, then just fine for another minute, then it boggged and died. My bike idles just fine but as soon as it gets moving it jerks violently and won't idle anymore. Choke completely kills it and my idle screw has to be screwed almost all the way in.
Just curious here, but how slow are you trying to ride the bike with the clutch engaged?
From your description it almost sounds as if you're trying to idle along. That won't work. Anything below 8 to 10 mph and the clutch should be disengaged.
Or am I reading your last post wrong?

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