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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 10-16-2009, 08:40 AM Thread Starter
 
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bogging out

Well i've been searching the forums to see if neone else posted about my problem but havent found nething.

I have a 99 yzf R6 with Micron Exhaust System and recently it started to kinda bog out when i give it full throttle so i got the carbs cleaned thinking that was the problem, one of the pilot jets were completely gunked so that cylinder wasnt working but i got it all cleaned and the problem still wont go away..... neone got ne ideas on what it could be? Cuz i cant afford to have the garage fix one thing after another untill they finally fix my one problem. Also when i picked my bike up and started it, it was making a sound it wasnt making when i brought it in. So i called the mechanic over and asked what the sound was he thinks its the timing chain could that cause my bike to bog out like that if the timing chain is shot? feel free to leave your ideas on what it might be thank you.

Please neone that might know if u could let me know so i could start working on that thank you



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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 10-19-2009, 08:47 AM
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If its not been done before, it might be worthwhile having the carbs synch'd, especially after a cleaning and the change in the blow process.

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