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    Timing?

    Hey guys,

    is it possible to have your timing off on a sl750?
    Reason why I ask is that when in idle it runs but as soon as I throttle up it spits an sputters and backfire through the carbs. So I'm kinda at a lost 😞





    thanks for your help 😊💜


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    If it backfired through the carbs I would check the reed valves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mazdagurl View Post
    Hey guys,

    is it possible to have your timing off on a sl750?
    Reason why I ask is that when in idle it runs but as soon as I throttle up it spits an sputters and backfire through the carbs. So I'm kinda at a lost 





    thanks for your help 
    If the stator was properly aligned when installed, timing should be on. If not, then there may be a timing issue...... Check the reeds... Is this a new symptom or right after a rebuild including stator replacement / reinstall?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueFishCrisis View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Mazdagurl View Post
    Hey guys,

    is it possible to have your timing off on a sl750?
    Reason why I ask is that when in idle it runs but as soon as I throttle up it spits an sputters and backfire through the carbs. So I'm kinda at a lost 





    thanks for your help 
    If the stator was properly aligned when installed, timing should be on. If not, then there may be a timing issue...... Check the reeds... Is this a new symptom or right after a rebuild including stator replacement / reinstall?


    All the carbs stuff is good, now I'm having hard time to finding what I need to time the stator with, the manual I have isn't very clear. If I had a picture or something I can match it up with but guessing at that there is no marks to be found at the mag tdc I'm thinking its off

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    [QUOTE=BlueFishCrisis;2414639]
    Quote Originally Posted by Mazdagurl View Post
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    /QUOTE] . Is this a new symptom or right after a rebuild including stator replacement / reinstall?
    Please answer the question above

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    So..... After a long intensive day working on my little ski, I now have the stator set right, carbs gone through, and everything else I could think of, finally came to the conclusion that it was getting to much fuel, so I set the carbs stock and slowly back the high flow needle out it then be came more responsive to the throttle but still is boggy I'm afraid I might not be able to gets it tuned before I run out of needle.

    #90 main #75 idle

    I also took the resistor out to see if I could get more response a swell which helped also.

    so I could use some more help guys

    thanks

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