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Wont idle without choke on, pops and spits, front cylinder dose not seen to put ot as much exhaust (force comming out), chrcked timming(good), not sure if i adjusted valves right(set at .0003") like manual said, any ideas where to start checking?

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Ur carbs need cleanin or ajustin-take it apart n soak-the idle jet is dirty n not gitten enuf gas and the choke is compensating-remember that ride is almost 14yrs!

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