Hi , first check if you have a spark at number 1 cylinder, the back fire is igniting fuel in the exhaust, if you have spark , try tapping (lightly) the fuel bowl on number 1 with the rubber handle of a screw driver just incase the float is stuck,
The only way to overflow a carb and/or cylinder is to have fuel getting past the float NEEDLE VALVE. That can happen in 3 ways. Float is bad (they are non adjustable), float needle is bad and leaking, or debris on the float needle seat. It’s even more specific like that when it’s only happening on 1 cylinder. Give all that a look.
Hello. my Fireblade is almost a stock bike. no major modification done. but when referring some forums and videos, i noticed that many people do a carburetor/EFI tune up after an exhaust system change.
so does the exhaust system directly affect our air+fuel mixture ? apparently it does. could...
I searched but didn't find a thread like this.
We have a thread like this on ClubFrontier.org and its the longest thread.
Changed my oil with 3 quarts of Lucas 10w-40 semi-syn, topped off with Lucas oil stabilizer and a Mobil1 filter.
I have a 1999 cbr900rr as pictured below. The gas tank was repainted. Where can I get the wing tip decals for the gas tank? The honda dealership said that the tank came from the manufacturer pre made so there is no decal kit. I was told I have 2 options:
1. Find this exact gas tank
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