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When opening the throttle fully it splutters.this is not a 2000 its a 1990.

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You either got too much fuel or too less fuel being pulled in the engine on carb there is 2 screws you need to find the mixture screw and screw it in if it runs worse screw it out 2/12 turns this picture will show you it when opening the throttle fully it splutters. - f1a20cb.jpg

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