Question about 2004 BMW R 850 RT
Well I figured it out. The carbs were rejetted at some point by a previous owner and the bike was running richer than normal. I recently did a tune up on the bike and put in new OEM spark plugs. The oem plugs were getting fouled. I put the old plugs back in which are a step hotter than oem and the bike ran again. Im just relieved it wasnt anything major. Thanks for the advice.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
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