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Old 09-21-2018, 06:18 PM   #1
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Default Yamaha G2 - too much air

I have had to remove the air inlet pipe (the square one the runs across the the starter/generator) and partially tape up the hole to the air box to make the cart run correctly. Without that, it starts and bogs - so no acceleration. While it's running fine with the tape on, I don't feel good about my cart needing tape to run! The airbox is new, and seals correctly - as are the air filters. Any ideas? Or should I stop being a purist and let sleeping dogs lie...
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