Question about 2003 Triumph Speedmaster
Did you consider that when the bike was rejetted , maybe the jets were not put in tight enough ( you do have to be careful not to put them in too tight) and there is a possibility that one or more of the jets have come loose . They could be sitting in the bottom of carburetor bowls causing an overly rich condition on two or more cylinders.I have repaired motorcycles where the jets have come loose and fallen out . It is worth a check.
Posted on Nov 08, 2010
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