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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 09-03-2012, 01:18 PM Thread Starter
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Hi, Cleaned throddle bodies the other day and since then it has a backfire on decelleration and runs kinda crappy even off idle. Would really appretiate any advice I can get.
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Are you getting the popping coming off mid throttle (2500/3000rpm)to idle or WOT with higher RPMs to idle? Taking a few stabs at it Steve as cleaning the TB's shouldn't do this obviously:

-Looking at the parts diagram it appears you may have the emmision ports on the right side of the TB's that will have a vacum cap on each TB. I know on my 04, they were rotted and falling appart. Replaced and cured vacum leak reducing lean fuel mix.
-Check for vacum leaks at TB boots with some TB cleaner while running, small squirts and keep clear of paint. This is my guess where your prob is at.
-MAP sensor connection on the airbox good?
-Did you clean air filter and also what type of airfilter you got?

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Are you getting the popping coming off mid throttle (2500/3000rpm)to idle or WOT with higher RPMs to idle? Taking a few stabs at it Steve as cleaning the TB's shouldn't do this obviously:

-Looking at the parts diagram it appears you may have the emmision ports on the right side of the TB's that will have a vacum cap on each TB. I know on my 04, they were rotted and falling appart. Replaced and cured vacum leak reducing lean fuel mix.
-Check for vacum leaks at TB boots with some TB cleaner while running, small squirts and keep clear of paint. This is my guess where your prob is at.
-MAP sensor connection on the airbox good?
-Did you clean air filter and also what type of airfilter you got?

Hope this helps... Keep us posted.

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Thanks Tim, Ill take a look for vac. leaks tomorrow. Removed plugs and waiting for new ones. Thought maybe the t.b. cleaner may have fouled plug a little?
I'll check the map sensor connection then too.

Getting the popping at lower rpms only. No tach so not sure of rpms.

Have K&N filter which I clean every 3k.
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Couple of things here.
If the bike has say 30k on it, and the servicing dealer had been adjusting the TPS along the way; to compensate for the throttle body getting dirtier. You will have a lean mixture when the TB is finally cleaned. Seen it a bunch of times

Do not clean your K&N filter more then every 15k; unless you live in extreme conditions. It actually works better with a little dirt on it. K&N actua
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Kev, how about the S&S filter? I just cleaned mine and usually clean them every oil change.

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Kevin, You said dealer may have adjusted tps to compensate for tb's being dirty. Would that be the brass colored screw on left side? Or is that just for idle?
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Thats your idle set screw.. search TPS reset, it's there, I didnt search before replying...

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Thats your idle set screw.. search TPS reset, it's there, I didnt search before replying...

Only thing you can do AT HOME IS THE THROTTLE POINT RESET. yOU NEED DIGITAL WRENCH TO DO A tps. Sorry bout the caps

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-Looking at the parts diagram it appears you may have the emmision ports on the right side of the TB's that will have a vacum cap on each TB. I know on my 04, they were rotted and falling appart. Replaced and cured vacum leak reducing lean fuel mix.
Do you happen to have a part number for the vacuum caps? I have looked at all of the part breakdowns and this is what I think they are but not really positive. They use the same reference number as the throttle body.


CAP-PRG FITTING,THROTTLE BODY
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