Question about 2005 Yamaha V Star Silverado
On throttle, I can hear some backfire from exhaust. Also high idle when coming to stop, it goes away, but is a concern. What should I look for or have done.
Are you running on original pipes or have you installed aftermarket pipes that are louder ?? I had the same problem with aftermarket pipes and come to find out my carbs were not jetted the way they were supposed to have been done when I installed the pipes.Also there are two chrome tubes starting at the front of the engine going under the seat towards the rear--- there is a rubber hose connection connecting each side .You should disconnect these hoses and bypass the tubes-- in other words use one hose to connect the front two tubes together and the other to connect the rear tubes together , its some sort of early emmission thing that will cause some backfire
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
Check for vacuum leaks around the carb intakes it sounds like you may just have a crcked vacuum line
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
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