Popping on Decel
Long story short my bike got the V&H pipes, PCV, cams, timing wheel, Lloydz air filter and of course was dyno tuned by one of the big guys. After all these goodies I have a pop on Decel. I have read a technical tip at Lloydz webpage that there are many reasons for this to happen, and there is a list of things to do to determine the cause. The list is the following:
1. Cure the lean condition --- It was cured when it was dyno tuned
2. Cure all the exhaust leaks
3. Cure the intake leak
4. Cure the happy hand movements --- I do not think that I fall into this category
5. Cure the leaky injectors
I do not have a clue on how to check for the exhaust leaks, I can re-check if the torque values of the nuts at the header level are ok and also at the clamps on the pipes, but beside that I am clueless. If all are torqued ok, what is the best way to check for leaks on the gaskets or on the actual pipes? If by any reason I do not find the leak on the pipes, I think only dealership can do 3 and 5, and really I do not trust my dealership to do it (another story). How bad is for the engine to have this popping condition until in the near future I can visit one of the big guys?
2014 XCT, Utopia Backrest, Guard Dawg, Longhorn brake pedal, ISO Longhorn shifter, Arlen Ness gas cap, VM-1 Cams, Lloydz ATS, Lloydz air filter, PCV, Madstad Windshield, Victory HID, Vance & Hines Hi-output. 118/120 Dyno tuned by Kyle.