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post #16 of (permalink) Old 04-15-2019, 10:59 AM
ALEX BERECZKY
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Originally Posted by rayworx View Post
...Something I found before is 1 or more loose screws of the 6 screws that connect the lower air box to the carbs. That’ll cause an air leak like the ‘dead spot’ description.

Gotta dis-agree on this one... A leak like this is above the carb, hence will not at all affect the fuel/air mixture that subsequently occurs downstream, after the air has passed through the carb. An air leak above the carb will only By-pass the air filter... which is bad, because you'd be drawing dirty air into the carb.


Again, "K&N Air Filter Grease" is your friend on this joint.


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