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I have a 97 gsxr 600 bike has rebuilt 99 motor with 97 carbs DandD exhaust K&N filter and stage 1 dyno jet kit. it runs great over 3500 - 4000 rpm. It also idles very nice, very smooth. Sounds smooth when I crack throttle open in neutral but if I am trying to accelerate smoothly from a stop in 1st gear fewer than 3500 rpm it will buck and feel like it wants to fall on its face. If I pull in the clutch while it is doing that it will stall. I have not had a shop work on it but i have cleaned the carbs and the tank looked good but carbs had little dirt in bottom of bowls. I almost feel that it is getting to much fuel. And is the a possibility of cam overlap.there is a very small puff of air that shoots out of the carb throat at low rev, more so when cold.

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If you had cam overlap then it wouldnt start and when you pushed the starter if would smash the valves together, if it runs ok every where else then i would say its a crab fuel problem and at that rev range it would be pilot jets as the mains dont come into use at that rev range you should take your bike to your local dyno center and have them run it up they will sort you problem

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