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Postby 600xcr » January 12th, 2004, 4:09 am

I've got a 95 xcr 600 and when i am sitting at a dead stop and punch the throttle to the bar it seems like it hesitates for a split second and then takes off. I kept getting wasted out of the hole this weekend by and xlt but then i would hang right with him. is it something to do with to motor or a clutching issue.

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Postby OOsOut1000 » January 12th, 2004, 5:04 am

it could be old gas left over from last season, throw some octane boost are a splash of racing fuel in and see what happens
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Postby Daner » January 12th, 2004, 5:59 am

I would say check your clutches, maybe clean out the secondary.
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Postby 583MXZ » January 12th, 2004, 6:47 am

hold the throttle at a constant rpm that is a little before where the clutch engauges, and them nail it. If it still boggs I would say clean the carbs out really well
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Postby Matt guy » January 12th, 2004, 8:52 am

i'd say check your belt if its really shiney on the sides that could cause it to slip and bog for a second or mabey there are wear spots on your belt, it happend to me i thought my clutch was F***ed but i swaped belts and it accelerated like its supposed to.
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Postby Octane » January 12th, 2004, 2:29 pm

I would start with that carbs. If there is a bog i'm guessing it would be gas related as a belt slipping should not effect engine speed like too much or too little fuel. Everytime I have experienced bogging I traced it back to the carbs.

The other alternative would be weak primary or secondary springs. Too low of an engagement with not allow the engine to reach a more powerful rpm and if the secondary is opening to fast the gear ratio will be way off.

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Postby raceCC172 » January 12th, 2004, 4:45 pm

Sounds like you have too much belt deflection or an aftermarket belt will do this also. I proove people wrong all the time on this problem. Good luck.
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Postby KneeDeepInSnow » January 12th, 2004, 4:53 pm

0oout1000:



Just a note i have been told you should not run those octane boosts in 2 strokes because they limit the oils ability to stick to the engine's internal surfaces
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Postby Rebelsled » January 13th, 2004, 5:57 pm

clean your pilot jets first to eliminate that problem and then look elsewhere
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Postby icebreaker » January 13th, 2004, 6:54 pm

I just recently had a similiar problem with my machine and it turned out there was a peice of debris blocking the main jet in one of my carbs. Strong argument for draining them every season.
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