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Working like three cylinder until 4000 rpm - 1993 kawasaki ZXR 750

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Check your ht leads are right to the correct plugs. I once changed plugs, took ALL leads off at same tiime forgetting which went to which plug. Got 3 and 4 wrong way round - did exactly that.
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