Question about Yamaha RD 350 Motorcycles
The problem might be with your bike carburetor. When accelerated, more air flows in and the fuel is mixed more which will accelerate your bike. To resolve this issue, please check the following:
1. Check the choke lever and restore it to normal position if set otherwise.
2. Blow off any dusts present in the air filter.
I hope this is helpful to you
Posted on Sep 06, 2010
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