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In four gear excleration is fine but, when I maintain a steady speed It feels like I am getting uneven fuel flow. What is the best action to take for this problem. thank you

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If you are getting even acceleration through the gears I would say your problem is the spark plugs are breaking down. It will give a jerky feeling in the bike or sometimes may be explained as a surge then a lag and it might even sputter or sound odd and uneven exhaust noise.

If the bike is starting well and doing all the other "normal" stuff then I'd be point a finger at the spark plugs. Replace them with the correct brand and spark plug number also while you are at it replace the fuel filter although I doubt this is the problem.

Ride safe enjoy your motorcycle

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