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Change the spark and clean the fuel line out

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My honda 110 pit bike backfires and is sluggish


When they backfire, it means there is not enough gas going through the carbeurator. It could be caused by a dirty carb or the float is adjusted wrong. If that does not work to clean the jets or re-jet it.

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My pit bike wont start my plug keeps gettin full of prtrol and oil and it wont tick over.


take the carb off clean it out then have a play around with the fuel air mixture,that should fix it.

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I have the same bike with 8000 miles on it., Alot of bikes backfire especially these with the emissions package. I'm a smog tech and what backfiring means is detanation from a lean condition. The cylinder gets hot on decel and you get the pop. You could go the sabrehood forums and register and talk to people about these bikes.

What I did was put a k/n filter. put a stage 2 jet kit and a cobra slash cut exhaust and this seemed to reduce the amount of backfireing alot.
Bikes loud and maybe a little quietier exhaust would of been better but for now bike runs alot better.
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