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Yiben Meiduc My Yiben has a air box and carburettor problem. The engine bogs down a full thottle when i have the air box fitted with no filter inside. Its just a clear way for the air to get to the carburettor but it still has a lose of power. When i fully remove the air box to leave the carburettor air intake bare it runs like a gem. I have no idea why it loses power just because the rubber pipe round the carburettor intake is on, even with no air filter in to the restrict the flow. Whats going on?

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Your carb mixing screw may be to ritch so anny air resticition ist going to notmix fuel and air right lean it out

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