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    Re: closed throttle fuel cut - fact or fiction?

    Same here... I was tearing into two strokes, YZ's, Kawasaki 350 "Big horn"-cracked case, fixing transmissions, blown crank rods(the YZ's, racing MX), etc since 15.

    Still am! Just resurrected a Husky, 52cc chain saw, fixing (waiting on a carb kit, today) to crank up an OLD "PARTNER" brand concrete, 2 stroke saw(never heard of till a customer brought it over), etc.....
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    Vrrroooooom! closed throttle fuel cut - fact or fiction? Motogiro's Avatar
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    Re: closed throttle fuel cut - fact or fiction?

    The cutoff is likely a result of meeting emmissions. The tuner likened it to an accelerater pump on a carb. When you eliminate the cut off it allows the extra bit of fuel right at throttle plate opening. When you get a bike tuned your tuner may require confirmation that the bike us being used for track only.

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