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2002 yamaha ttr 125 engine flutters when you throttle it wide open

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  • jonhouck May 28, 2010

    is there an adjustment on it?

  • jonhouck May 28, 2010

    im thinking its carb problems the idle changes sometimes and i get a little drip of gas out the overflow now and then

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Sounds like the rev limiter kicking in to me..not sure

Posted on May 28, 2010

  • Ronnie Miller May 28, 2010

    No, its built into the cdi box,however it could be carb. issues also. Does it run clean untill it gets wound up tight then flutters,if so its the limiter,if not then you might need the carb cleaned and a valve adjustment.It is 8 years old prolly do for a good service

  • Ronnie Miller May 28, 2010

    Yeah,if your getting some overflow it's prolly sucking too much fuel causing it to run rich, Clean the carb or have someone do it and set the air\fuel mixture screw for the best performance. Hope you get it lined out!!!! Thanks,...Ronnie......AKA [fatboy 92]

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