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I have a Sharp DT-400. It doesn't have an air filter. Would it help if I placed a small filter in front of the intake or would that block too much air?

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1.5 to 2 turns out.sounds like its choking,pull out spark plug is it black?If so check air filter is not blocked or the airbox intake isnt covered by anything. Hope this healps
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In the fuel tank there were two filters that had become a little blocked with small fragments. I replaced both of these, aswell as the petrol tank and now works perfectly.Worth replacing with every service.

Also make sure the amount of fuel to oil is correct because if there is too much oil it leaves a small layer of oil on the spark plug which gets thicker when the engine cools. When you dip the spark plug in petrol and put it back in it obviosly makes a large enough spark to remove the oil, but repeats itself when the bike cools.

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