|09-09-2011, 06:21 PM||#1|
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'05 TG Prairie 700 Carb ?s
Engine wise, totally stock. When letting off the gas at top end, I get an exhaust backfire. I did find a pinhole in the exhaust pipe that I repaired but that did not fix it.
Other symptom- lots of bogging on consistent whoops only. I'm thinking this one is a float issue. Seems to be running lean in this case. I adjusted air screws that did very little to change it.
I run it 6-8 times a year, 80 - 100 miles each time at good speed.
I'm thinking of running seafoam through the carbs. Whadya think? All jets are stock and clean.........
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