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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Its most likely your rings. They get worn and start letting oil into the combustion chamber. They aren't extremely hard to replace.
Posted on May 13, 2009
remove the exhaust and the head cover with the valves, no need to remove piston yet.
check the seals and the piston ring for any damages and replace parts if needed. check your exhaust ports for any leaks and replace seals as well.
Posted on Aug 17, 2009
Sounds like an air leak between the carb and cylinder. This would lean the fuel/air mix causing a lack of power on hills. It can also cause the bike to rev up by it's self on idle and flat surfaces. If the bike is not over 3 years old you should be able to tighten the manifold clamps and then tighten the manifold mount bolts. The rubber should still be soft enough to re-seal the connections. If over three years old the rubber seals and manifold connections are probably hard and cracked and will no longer seal properly. Just get new seals, gasket, and rubber manifold and you should be back in shape. If not, it is possible the crank seals are the problem. They can go bad and lean the mix. I mention the seals last because it is not an easy fix. I hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 23, 2010
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