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i have my o3 rincon. power wise i have it jetted, fmf powerline pipe, and a k&n airfilter. why does it still bogg down in deep wate or mud. i only have 25" mudlites on er, i dont think it should bogg. it had close to 1750 miles and i think its been tuned up twice. think that could be the problem or what?
 

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i really not shore what it is but alot of the honda's that have auto transmission bog down in the deep mud and water but you can get more power from a gear reduction kit on it
 

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i have my o3 rincon. power wise i have it jetted, fmf powerline pipe, and a k&n airfilter. why does it still bogg down in deep wate or mud. i only have 25" mudlites on er, i dont think it should bogg. it had close to 1750 miles and i think its been tuned up twice. think that could be the problem or what?

This oughta help......................

 

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Hey the gear reduction is a good idea. I am running a 05 with 28" laws. I bogg some in the mudd but i am also running a supertrapp pipe from what i hear is the worst pipe for power on a Rincon. I am about to install a HMF pipe and retune it. The people who designed the reduction said i should be able to spin them good after. Yes the vent lined and Carb drain were also both problems in deep water or mudd. I rerouted all of my vent lines up around the steering wheel and that seemed to help. I love the bike it is a little under powered but i drive out the woods every time i don't break stuff!!!!
 

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Your better off not tryig to run Outlaws, they take alot of power to turn.Try to rum mudlites. Our buddy just done gear reduction,sill boggs down in thick mud, but he can turn 30 mudlites very easy.
 
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