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These will backfire when you let off the throttle if the idle is set low. When set low enough to sound "right" you will get the backfire. Set the idle up a bit and you will lose the backfire but it will sound like it is idling a bit fast.

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Change the muffler gasket and make sure your gas is not to lean and also adjust the petcock for how lean it is. I would use 91 octane.

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