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Only if the air filter has become oil fouled . More than likely this would keep the bike from running too. If you have too much oil be sure to do the sniff test (on the oil fill hole) just in case a carburetor float stuck and filled the engine with gas. This might also cause poor running. If you have oil in your gas be sure to change the oil , check the air filter, and always turn off the gas when you are not riding. If everything is normal , then you probably need to change the exhaust o-rings in the head and the exhaust seal from the head pipe to muffler. By sealing the exhaust system you should eliminate the popping and backfiring from deceleration.

Posted on Nov 08, 2010

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    David Belcher Mar 01, 2011

    The fifth sentence should read: If you have gas in your oil, be sure to change the oil.

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