Question about 2001 Yamaha YZF-R6
When i am idling it is going fine for like 5 sec and then it will spudder and repeats that! Also its slow to get going and then will kick in! In addition runs fine through the mid rpms but then when i push it is seems likes its bogging and loosing power! i changed the plugs! Checked the fuel filter!
Sounds to me like air intake problem have you changed your air filter recently and if so did you tune to suit??
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