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Under 2000 rpm's its kind of sputtery the bike runs great idles great and drives great when im going just under 2k it sucks... carb's??? any answers anyone???

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Autozone purchase can of "Sea Foam" gas treatment, pour in 1/3 can to 2 gallons fuel. now drive it 10 to 15 miles perferably on an open highway so you can get on it once in awhile and work out that sputter it took my bike 11 miles to spit out whatever was clogging it up, and be careful, because mine cleared up right in the middle off a turn.. all of the sudden about 20 extra hp kicked in. if this doesnt fix it then change the plugs and wires. Can i get a very helpful if this fixes your problem?..i sure would like to know. Thanks much!

Posted on May 07, 2010

Testimonial: "i tried the sea foam the sputter stoped and kicked in at 5k now lol idk i put like 100miles on it now and i think it might work it self out with the next tank of gas hopefully!!!! o and i did new plugs and oil couple of weeks ago and it has coils so no new wires "

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Take off your carbs and thoroughly clean them. search on youtube for cleaning tips some parts are very delicate

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