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My kawasaki kx250f is backfiring while i am riding if i gas it or whe i crank it up.

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Hey i have several solutions for you.
The first is have you checked valvue clearence lately, because if the valvue clearence is either to high or to low then it could cause it to back fire. The next solution is repacking your silencer. The next solution is there is two main gaskets in most dirtbikes, one, which is located where the pipe mets the motor. Also the other gasket it where the mid pipe meets the head pipe. The bike fire is usually being caused by extra air. By the way checkin valvue clearence is extremley easy it may sound hard but I do after every ride.

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Hey i have several solutions for you.
The first is have you checked valvue clearence lately, because if the valvue clearence is either to high or to low then it could cause it to back fire. The next solution is repacking your silencer. The next solution is there is two main gaskets in most dirtbikes, one, which is located where the pipe mets the motor. Also the other gasket it where the mid pipe meets the head pipe. The bike fire is usually being caused by extra air. By the way checkin valvue clearence is extremley easy it may sound hard but I do after every ride.

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