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Back Firing / loss of power

I have an 04 Volusia, It started Backfiring when I release the throttle. I also noticed that at about 80-90 mph. the bike really sputters and you lose power. Where is the Carb screw to turn? Will this help?

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It mite be fuel injectrd dont know im oldschool if itz carb then purchase a manual-watever you do dont bring it to the dealership boyz and be careful with fuel problems carbs were developed by geniuses

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