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just wanted to introduce myself. I live in NW Ill and own a 1994 Aspencade. Unfortunately currently having problems with it bogging under load :mad:. When accelerating (most noticable in 4th and 5th gear) I can open the choke and it would take off like I just hit a nitrous switch. Any way hopefully I will be able to fix the problem and have better things to post.
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Welcome aboard! I can't offer any suggestions to help with your problem but I am sure somebody can and will. Might be a good idea to start a separate post outside of the Intro section. Anyway... Hello from Miami :)
 

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Welcome from Down Under.

From what you have said, I think you need to clean the carbs. If the carb are cleaned and synchronized and it still hesitates start looking at the timing not advancing. A problem with the ECM: I have one of those go on a different bike and it got worst when the motor got hot. I don't know of anyway to test them. Eric
 

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Good to have you. Illinois is beginning to populate our forum here, unlike Virginia and Tasmania. Now where are those 1500 monkey wrench gurus when you need them ?
 

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hello b_knight, welcome to GWOF
 

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Welcome 99, I too live in NW Il. Carroll county, how close are we?
 

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Welcome from the Tar Heel state :)
 

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Welcome to the board from the Keystone state. Ride safe and enjoy the site. Nice folks on here. We all seem to play well together in the sand box....
 

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Welcome along B Knight99. Sounds a bit like a clogged jet to me. One of my buddies had that happen to his '89 and that's what solved the issue.
 

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Like Larry Said, run some Sea Foam through it. A few ounce of Marvel Mystery Oil has also been know to Clean out the Carbs.
From the Northwest Corner.
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Thanks for the welcome. I'll try posting outside of the intro after trying Larry's suggestion on the use of SeaFoam.
 

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I'll give the seafoam a try, I don't think the carbs are gummed up but one never knows. I started before I stored it for the winter. I'll see what happens......thanks
 

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Hello and welcome, b_knight99. Great group here.
 

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I have a 93 with almost same problem. Tried the Sea Foam...no go
It acts like it suddenly lost power of is starved for gas, work the throttle a little and it responds. I am pretty resigned to doing a carb job. Anybody suggest a kit.
 

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Carb Job ??

Thanks Gravel Pounder. I will start with easy solutions first and work up the ladder. I will post my results. Your input is helpful though in the event I do need to work up the ladder to resolve my problem. it gives me insight on what I may need to do. Thanks :)
 
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