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Ideling problem and Black Smoke

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I have a 2004 Bajaj Wind 125 clocked around 22000 Kms.
My bike is emitting black smoke at high RPM(4500 and above) and the service center person is saying that he is not able to track the problem. He has changed the cylinder and Piston, but still the problem exists. Another major problem is with ideling. It is not giving a constant ideling, if i reduce the accelerator the engine will turn off. I tried the throttle adjuster but it is giving results like either the RPM goes on increasing or the engine will turn off.
The guy at the service center said that spares are not available. Please help me to sole the problem and also mention where can i find spares for my bike. Waiting for your kind reply.

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Please check the air hose under the gas tank

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Cylinder needs to be machined and oversized piston installed you have blow by,also your carbs are out of sync,find another mechanic or do the work yourself this will fix the problem.

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I am not familiar with your Baja Wind 125 motorcycle, however, normally, black smoke is associated with too much unburned fuel in the exhaust - too rich a mixture. Is your choke fully open when this is happening? Are yo usure? Remove and examine your spark plug(s). I expect they will be sooty sooty black. Is your air filter clean, the air path completely unobstructed? Have you messed with the fuel adjustment? (I am not familiar with the term 'mop') Is your bike equipped with a Cat Converter? If so (not likely ...) it may have to be cleaned or replaced.

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I hope this helps you with your Black Smoke issue.

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