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Vrod running to lean

Bunning to much gas

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Hi Anonymous, your spark plugs should be a light tan color or light tan to white. Your MPG should around 34 city and 42 hwy. If your getting less, then here are the usual suspects: Ridding double excessive baggage, sustained hi speed running, under inflated tires, incorrect final drive gearing. Good luck

Posted on May 01, 2015

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