Question about 1972 Triumph T 100 R
The problem is either that the heat of the engine is making the fuel boil in the carb bowls - try making a heat deflector shield for under the carbs
Otherwise the pops & bangs are probably due to the valve clearances not being large enough so when the engine heats right up the valves are not closing properly
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Posted on May 08, 2010
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