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1000sp2 2003 model.running lean &backfireing top end+-7000rpm .fuel press.ok...plugs new...valve clearens 100%.injectors test&service...new throttel bodys....new cdi unit...only part not change is ECU....

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It must be the ecu get it tested buddy

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