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Offline pikeman

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blue flame
« on: June 03, 2010, 17:49:20 »
well got the new pipes on, would put pics up but never fathomed out how to do it on here !!!!. Quick question I think they have not sealed somewhere as first 5 miles great smoother running at 3000 rpm, then later it felt like fuelling was off, stuttering on constant throttle and bogging down unless I was fairly aggressive with the throttle. Any ideas ? the pipes are great look good and sound good  :grin:
If it is a poor seal how do I rectify this?

Lokk forward to your insights.

Offline Fenris

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Re: blue flame
« Reply #1 on: June 05, 2010, 11:59:07 »
Have you removed the baffles in the exhaust? I suspect they're making your engine run even leaner so I'd see how it works with the baffles in and if that's still no good I think you'd want to remap the fuel injection with a Power Commander or similar.
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Offline wobblybrother

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Re: blue flame
« Reply #2 on: June 06, 2010, 14:50:29 »
Hello Matt ,Have you tried taking out bottom port baffle plate's this should help. Regards, Mark
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