Question about KTM Exc-Racing E 400 Motorcycles
Yes and no is the answer. If its the stock KTM pipe it should not backfire, if it has an aftermarket pipe (race pipe) there is a good chance it will. You should make sure all the exhaust joints are sealed properly as this will contribute to it. If its a race pipe, make sure the bike has had the carb rejetted to suit. Genrally, with a race pipe you will get some popping when decellerating even if it has been set up correctly.
Posted on Aug 04, 2010
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