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The top end meaning the value trane needs some adjusting. this is do to the leak of regular mainteance on my part. the owner manual said it should be adjusted ever 8 hrs of riding and i have been going on 100hrs. and it is start to miss fire and back fire. also other needs are that the piston ring and made the piston it self needed some work because the bike don't have to power and it seens to burn a little oil.

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