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BACK FIRING MY TL1000R BACK FIRES WHEN I LET OFF THE GAS. WHAT CAN I DO TO FIX IT?

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Hi and welcome to FixYa,

On most bikes, your described problem indicates too lean a mixture. The air/fuel mix would have to be adjusted by reducing the air through the air adjustment screws. Additionally, you may want to check for any air leak on the air filter, air box and the bottom half of the airbox that is seated to the barbs.

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Posted on Dec 23, 2008

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    Louie Role Dec 23, 2008

    sorry, that should be "carbs".

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Install a power commander. This will take care of any backfiring by adjusting the air fuel mixture. You can program the power commander for the type of pipes you are using and high air flow air filter. I had the same problem when I changed out my pipes for Yoshi and installed a BMC air filter.

Posted on Dec 02, 2010

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