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Bike popping and fartin

V strom 1000 2002 model dine 22k. after riding for a awhile so the engine is warm, if i enter built up area and have to use 1st & 2nd gear the bike will start popping and ******* from the engine not the exhaust. any ideas?

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Take it to the dealer to have a quick look at it, it could just be either a bit of running in stickyness or they forgot to check something was tightened up properly before you got your hands on it. Failing that, try an oil additive such as Slick50 in the oil tank, a fuel additive such as Redex in the fuel tank and if the engine's water / liquid cooled (spot the bike expert) stick something like Redline Waterwetter in the coolant tank... and it might feel a bit better (and last longer).

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Make sure you full travel on the clutch lever. If it has been bent closer to the bars, it may not be releasing the clutch fully. If this is so, heat the lever up fairly hot to prevent the lever breaking if you try to straighten it. There should be about 3/4 inch of free play at the lever end. Hope this helps.

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Maybe not your answer but.If the bike has sat around for a while,the clutch plates can stick together.Not all,but some.This makes gear selection hard and as you describe,once things warm up,it gets better.When I said about sitting around,I meant for a period of a few months or so at one time.Hope this helps

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