How do you install a choke cable on a CV carb?
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How do you use a choke on a Harley Davidson?
Pull choke all the way out and start bike, wait 10 seconds and push choke in halfway and leave until engine is to temp, then push in.
How do you change the choke cable on a Harley Davidson?
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How do you adjust the carburetor on a Harley Davidson CV?
Locate the idle mixture screw on the bottom outlet side of the carburetor, in a passageway next to the float bowl. Turning the idle mixture screw in, or clockwise, will lean the idle mixture and turning it out, or counterclockwise, will enrich it.
What causes a motorcycle to backfire on deceleration?
When the engine on your motorcycle has an emission system malfunction, such as an exhaust leak or a moment of running rich or running lean, backfire can occur. Other causes of backfire are bad or weak fuel pumps, low fuel pressure, or clogged fuel filters.
What causes exhaust popping?
It is normal for many high performance exhaust systems to moderately backfire or pop when the throttle is closed from mid-to-high rpm. The popping is a result of the air/fuel mixture becoming very lean when the throttle is closed and the engine is rotating well above idle speed.
What is the popping sound in exhaust?
In super cars, the gases at exhaust reach temperature upto 900 degrees C at which the gases expands tremendously. When these gases leave the exhaust pipe, a popping sound is created due to a physical phenomenon called pressure waves.