Ok, 2" snorkle, NGK plug, K&N filter, and looped the vent lines. Today is the first time I actually went riding since I put these on, and it was real hard to start cold. When we got there, we had to take off the lid to start it, and when I got home I had to do the same thing. Runs great after it starts. Now I have fuel in the airbox. Does the A/F screw need to go in or out? Any suggestions?
if you dont turn your gas off while you are trailering your bikes or even just standing around with your bike off and its windy enough outside the wind will go through your snorkle creating a vaccum and it will pull gas into your air box............... i know that it sounds crazy but thats what happens.........it doesnt do it while its stock because the wind doesnt really go straight into the stock air intake cause it is under that plastics....... Just get the gas out the same way that you get water out of your bike and remember to shut the gas off and it wount happen again
thats all it is. i turn gas off and leave motor running until it dies just to make sure. had that happen once on a long trip. gas got up into the filter and cleaned out the oil out of it. temporary delay for the day.
mine is only hard to start when you first take it off the trailer......... i am guessing that it is the same thing the wind takes all the gas out of the carb and it wount fire till you get enough gas into the carb
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