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Make sure your fuel screw is set, but sounds about right.

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Some deceleration popping is normal. Any more than a little and you're likely too lean. If that's the case, back the fuel screw out in 1/8 turn increments until it stops.

This. And make sure you don't go so rich you cant hot start. After every test run, turn it off and try to start it with the HS lever, should fire up in one or two kicks. Also if you end up more than 2-3/4 turns out, then bump up the pilot jet by one size or risk the screw rattling out. Remember, a little pop is normal after you've been on the gas hard and then coast.

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no its diffidently making back firing way more than it should. ill try this and see if it works

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Check for exhaust leaks. Hold a towel over the muffler and and listen for hissing. Fuel screw should be set for a perfect hot idle and then left alone. Do not adjust it to compensate for something else.

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