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Kawasaki zx6r 1997 slight misfiring

At slight intervals on a steady ride my zx6r slightly misfires and pops a bang out of the exhaust, any suggestions would be great

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  • lee nowell Apr 21, 2009

    I have never checked these, It has only recently happened, i fitted a k&N panel filter and a race can about january time but only these past few days it has happened

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When i ride my bike and i crack down on it it boggs down its a 96 zx6r

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Check your intake and exhaust valves.when was the last time you adjusted them?

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