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Engine Ok i opend up the airbox on my moped hoping to uncork it a bit

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Then i rode it and it bogs out now i realize that it needs to get more gas and have the exhaust opened up too do i have the right idea i need some input on what to do to fix this!,With any engine, if you give it the potential to pull more air (like you did with your airbox) and breathe better (like you did with your exhaust), you have to keep the balance of fuel by jetting. Hopefully the carburetor on that machine is adjustable. If not, but it back to stock.,,,

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then i rode it and it bogs out now i realize that it needs to get more gas and have the exhaust opened up too do i have the right idea i need some input on what to do to fix this!,With any engine, if you give it the potential to pull more air (like you did with your airbox) and breathe better (like you did with your exhaust), you have to keep the balance of fuel by jetting. Hopefully the carburetor on that machine is adjustable. If not, but it back to stock.,,,

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