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nebrclimber
Posted 2008-07-20 11:11 PM (#60332)
Subject: 850SG Carb Issues


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Location: Lincoln, Nebraska
So, i finally got the bike all put back together. Took her to a shop and had the carbs rebuilt (probably not the smartest idea i've had).

I think its running too lean. I'm curious as to what you guy think, and what your suggestions are to fix the problem.

The setup is stock exhaust with UNI pod filters that are pretty well oiled. I think the bike is running too lean. It bogs up to about 6000k, where is seems to run pretty good on up to red line. When taking off from a stop I have to feather the clutch to keep the bike from bogging. I was riding around tonight, messing around and thought i'd try fooling w/ the choke. It runs like a raped ape on half choke.

Do i need to adjust the mixture screws or mess with the needles to get it running properly?

Thanks again!

- Devin
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