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Running better in cold

Hey all well I wanted to give you guys an update. I got a new back tire on today. I did plug the rear. It held fine but in the back of my head it worried me that I had a plug in it. Pluse my girl told me to replace it or she wouldn't ride with me anymore. So I had to do it. The shop also fixed my rear brake today. They said it was air in the line. Anyway I'm in the USA in VA and the high temp here is 70F Low temp is 40F. I have noticed that the bike is runining alot better with the cooler temp. I mean I had a problem with it jerking alot and now it is really smooth. Has anyone else noticed this?

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Cold air is denser and you'll get more air in the bike, and the engine compensates with more fuel. It's cold as hell at 20F outside, but damn does the bike run crisp!

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