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2004 husky te250 tight intake valve

Barking thru intake suspect tight valve need specs

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  • writeme1422 Apr 15, 2009

    bad surge at steady throttle like its to lean

    low rpm heavy load loud bang in air box and stalls dead

    no load throttle rev up has bark or sound of ign fireing in airbox

  • Anonymous Apr 16, 2009

    one intake valve was tight no clearance now reshimmed at 4 thou.
    still same problem
    plug is dry and nice tan color

  • Ryan Beltran
    Ryan Beltran May 11, 2010

    . what do you mean? barking thru intake



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Check the spark plug. It may be wet and when it is, check the impulser. maybe its deliberating the current slow.

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