Question about 2008 Benelli Tre-K 1130 Amazonas
When I bought my tre-k 1130 it had a wide open header on it. I just hit the start button and it started right up- no choke. I didn't care for the loud noise at high rpm's so I bought the stock exhaust and put it on. Now it has to choke which may not be a problem. Did this go lean or rich ? My plugs are pretty clean. The insolators are white with a little tan. I'm guessing this is good. The stock plug calls for a BP7eS. When I bought it the man used a BP8eS
Colder plug for NGK. Should I stay with that plug or go with a hotter plug ? That's really ... weird. You have to use the choke ... which indicates you went lean The old exhaust needed no choke shich indicates rich... But you went back to stock which should, by normal standards, make the bike run RICHER if the jet sizes were increased,,,
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
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