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Author Topic: 73 CB100 Tracker Build  (Read 7730 times)

Offline coyote13

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Re: 73 CB100 Tracker Build
« Reply #60 on: Feb 07, 2018, 13:46:48 »
Also check to make sure the exhaust isn't plugged up at all.  I was just looking at mine the other day and the stocker I had hanging from the rafters of my garage had become home to a number of wasp nests.  Can't imagine that would be helping the exit flow of hot gas very well!
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Offline travisvisual

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Re: 73 CB100 Tracker Build
« Reply #61 on: Feb 07, 2018, 16:06:31 »

I was thinking about that, but it sounds like the bike isnt getting enough gas.

I tossed that filter out and got a UMI Filter, I have read on another build that it seemed to help. The other build also had an elbow as well which I think I will try.

I feel that the bike should still run better than it current does even with air box issue.

Thanks for the input.

Offline coyote13

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Re: 73 CB100 Tracker Build
« Reply #62 on: Feb 07, 2018, 16:19:04 »
If I was betting it's an airflow issue, which essentially means you're not getting enough fuel.  Since the intake is starving the carburetor it isn't able to push as much air/fuel into the combustion chamber.  I don't really think you can jet your way around that, if it is indeed an intake issue.
Half the fun's in the get there...