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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 12-25-2012, 01:07 AM Thread Starter
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03 pro x 600

I just bought a pro x 600 with 2000 something miles and I was just wondering if there is anything out of the norm I should check. The guy I bought it from said is girlfriend owned it and was really good to it. I have not checked anything on it yet and when I unloaded it across the road from my house but didn't let it warm up vary much and it was poping and dying on me. Is that normal for being cold?


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It should have been poping when u were driving it means it was backfiring and if it was dying u might have fouled a plug by not letting it warm up

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Oh I figured out that the popping was a lean popping at idle. It's sucking air in somewhere because it stops doing it when I have the choke half on.


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