Question about Motorcycles
With out a year make and model im kinda fishing in the dark. There are many reasons for this. Starting with the simplest it may be caused by something overlooked in routine maintenance like improperly adjusted throttle cable, chain slack, or an obstruction in either one. The next would be to make sure the carburetor is meticulously cleaned. And build up or obstruction will cause this. Most motorcycles take a higher octane rating gas so make sure your useing atleast the recommended minimum rating. Check the spark plug. It should be a nice caramel color not white or black. Now im not sure what your riding so if its an electronic throttle most of the time this is completely normal. Also make sure the bike is up to operating temperature. If its not it will have a hesitation
I hope this helps
Posted on Dec 03, 2014
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