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  1. Dominator / FMX
    So, last time I had the carb apart I put in a 55 slow jet As it turns out or seems atm a 55 is a little too much. Seems to run ok but tickover still a bit erratic Anyway, see if you can answer this If I leave it ticking over and then switch off the fuel, it seems to smooth out and the tickover...
  2. Africa Twin
    Ok so my AT was running a bit lumpy, dodgy starting and dicky tick over. Had a look through the forums and most suggested carb balancing, however I found one who I must thank when I find it again that suggested when the linkage connecting the 2 carbs becomes clogged up it can make one of the...
  3. Africa Twin
    My 1996 RD07a runs a Remus Revolution muffler and I never experienced the bike with the stock muffler. Therefore I can't compare. The engine is healthy at 66,000km, burns no oil and I average 5l/100km (and even sometimes less on backroads). Sparkplug are grey-ish, not beige-ish ;-) Therefore I...
  4. XR
    Hi all, Just recently bought a 1993 XR600. Am having problems with the carburation, basically it won't rev out with the airbox connected. I've tried taking the snorkel out and it got a little better, but it will rev if I take the boot connector between carb and airbox off the carb. Have also...
  5. Transalp
    Hi All. Can anyone offer me any advice on poor carburation on my 07 alp, I have just booked it in for a checkup under warranty as it has a strange habit of coughing when I open the throttle after cruising for a while, it clears in about a second and then accelerates as normal, the bike has done...
  6. Transalp
    Hello there all alp owners, Ive had my 650 a year now but have just joined the site, been wondering if anyone has taken the cat off the exhaust and replaced it with a plain pipe?I am thinking the carburation will run weak?any info. welcome --------- Chris
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