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Engine popping after de-goat and reed plug

Degoated and plugged the reed valve and still getting a noticible pop when down idling. any tips on this guys?

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Re: Engine popping after de-goat and reed plug

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Degoated and plugged the reed valve and still getting a noticible pop when down idling. any tips on this guys?
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Re: Engine popping after de-goat and reed plug

Starman has a great writeup on that here and steps to elmimiate or reduce the popping.

http://home1.gte.net/res0ak9f/bike2..../%20Backfiring

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Degoated and plugged the reed valve and still getting a noticible pop when down idling. any tips on this guys?

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