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Misfire sound constantly missing rebuilt carbs but still doing it

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Compresion tsest could be a slightly bent valve, or valve too tight, inlet side.

Posted on Nov 06, 2017

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SOURCE: just bought an 01 xr 100. has been sitting for 10 yrs, cleaned tank, and rebuilt carb, idles goofy and dies on occasion and bogs and misfires on high speed, any ideas on what to check???

Still sounds like carb , clean plug and re gap bad plug wire , timing

Posted on Jan 22, 2015

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