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Only 222 miles 04 VStar 650 Custom Rough Idle, new gas, new plugs

Carbs cleaned Not sure how well. any other suggestions for overall care. Looks new, Garaged

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  • toplesscaddy Jun 17, 2009

    This is what I was thinking, Once it warms up, it will Idle without opening the choke. Hesates off the line

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Poor tickover is in the pilot circit. does it smooth out at half throttle? what condition do the plugs show after a long tickover?
if you didn't really really clean the carbs (full disassembly, all ports checked for good continuity) then go back and take them apart.

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