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Old 07-10-2009, 08:08 AM   #1
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i have a g2 that when running full throttle it has a surge is there anything that would cause this or is it normal
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Old 07-10-2009, 05:34 PM   #2
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i have a g2 that when running full throttle it has a surge is there anything that would cause this or is it normal
My first suggestion....Take the primary clutch cap off (6 screws) and check the 3 weights. One could be broken or all could be loose. G2's also had a rev limiter in the ignitor, did you bypass your govenor? Good luck Dave
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If the airbox is not all stock and sealed and put together perfect....it could cause that. Lack of fuel could also.
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If the airbox is not all stock and sealed and put together perfect....it could cause that. Lack of fuel could also.
Normally a airbox that is not sealed correctly would cause a lack of power.
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Old 07-10-2009, 09:57 PM   #5
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Normally a airbox that is not sealed correctly would cause a lack of power.
Yes. Had a G2 a couple weeks ago that would run poor over half throttle. Eventually it would go faster. Found some idiot kid drilled holes in the airbox. Plugged them most I could and it would bog then run wot, I guess someone might call that a surge? He will have to buy a new entire assembly, serves him right for letting kids mess with it I've told him over and over.
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Yes. Had a G2 a couple weeks ago that would run poor over half throttle. Eventually it would go faster. Found some idiot kid drilled holes in the airbox. Plugged them most I could and it would bog then run wot, I guess someone might call that a surge? He will have to buy a new entire assembly, serves him right for letting kids mess with it I've told him over and over.
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