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I have a 2006 Yamaha Roadstar midnightstar 1700.. it runs fine after it warms up most time. But the problem is it acts like it is missing or flooding out while riding after you take off with in the first few miles. my shop has changed the pipes and installed a jet kit. but it still does it.. and they won't touch it anymore. anyone have any ideas?

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  • pcfd977 Mar 08, 2009

    i have never seen any black smoke.. but they have adjusted both ways and nothing works. but the plugs will fool out before service time.

  • pcfd977 Mar 08, 2009

    they put a jet kit in where i bought it. and then they changed the pipes after that.

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Sounds like it may be over jetted, and running alittle rich. Can you see black smoke if you rev it up? Could be misadjusted floats after the kit was installed.

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    Eldric Venne Mar 08, 2009

    I looked online, and your bike is fuel injected. Sounds like a problem with the program they are running in the computer. What type of add on did you get?

  • Tom christophersen Jun 22, 2013

    i could be wrong, but i believe they started injecting these in 08, my 07 is carbed also. take the time to check the accelerator pump settings, mine was over set and constantly drizzling fuel as i rode. my carb changes didn't seem to give the results i expected until i reset the float level down a tad.

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