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post #1 of 6 Old 10-03-2011, 03:05 AM Thread Starter
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cb1300 backfiring

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I just bought a second bike today a 2006model cb1300. when i tried it im getting the same problem with my 919 before everytime i close the throttle it will backfire. Any idea if the remedy is the same also the pair valves?

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post #2 of 6 Old 10-03-2011, 04:24 PM
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Do you have an aftermarket exhaust? Could possibly be something the PAIR system block off could fix.

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Interesting enough, my aftermarket exhaust on my 919 did that too on occasion. I went back to stock though after selling the pipes.

Doing the above ^^ helps with this, I have heard .

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post #4 of 6 Old 10-04-2011, 02:44 AM
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If you are running slipons before farting around with the PAIR system make sure the slipons are actually sealed at any join. Get a small tube of high temp silicone (Permatex black is ideal) and carefully smear a bit around the join tyring to force it into any gap. Clean up and let it set overnight.

When I fitted my Yoshis I sealed them and nary a pop bang pop on decel.

Try it first as most audible popping and banging on aftermarket pipes is just poor joins letting fresh air into the hot system and igniting.

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Im using an aftermarket end pipe.. I will seal properly today the joints and will see what happens. Thank you very much for the inputs guys..

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If you are running slipons before farting around with the PAIR system make sure the slipons are actually sealed at any join. Get a small tube of high temp silicone (Permatex black is ideal) and carefully smear a bit around the join tyring to force it into any gap. Clean up and let it set overnight.

When I fitted my Yoshis I sealed them and nary a pop bang pop on decel.

Try it first as most audible popping and banging on aftermarket pipes is just poor joins letting fresh air into the hot system and igniting.
Gosh, that decel pop is music to my ears !
Reminds me of wonderful sounding carb'd bikes of old on trailing throttle or engine braking through gears.
Nice random bangs and pops.
And people want to get rid of that ?

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