Join Date: Jun 2014
Location: Edson, AB Canada
Thanks for all the replies here guys, really appreciated. Is there anyway that popping could indicate a rich condition? Reason I ask is that when I pulled the intake boots the one for the rear cylinder looked to have unburned fuel in it. I pulled the carbs, and they currently have a 115 main in the front and a 112.5 in the rear. The PMS screws were plugged off, but I pulled them out and checked the settings there too. Both PMS screws were out 2 turns from a light seat. Does anyone know what stock jetting would have been, maybe this is it, not sure. I'd like to have some sort of starting place. With those current jets, the bike would start ok and seem to run fine. It would pop on deceleration, and after riding for a bit, and I shut it off for a few minutes, I would have to open the throttle to get it to start up again, like its was flooded. When I pulled the plugs, they weren't fouled black or wet, they looked pretty good actually, maybe a tad hot, but didn't look like rich to me. Anyone else experience this sort of issue? And again, any info on stock jetting would be appreciated.