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2001 426 boggin problem

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Hello, i have a problem and im not sure if its an easy fix or just the bike... If i get on it from zero throttle it has a slight bog... im not sure if it used to do it or im just used to it but its got a bog like miss...when i was goin up a hill even a buddy heard it and asked me... if i eas on the throttle its normal and its only in low revs just when you stab it...any ehlp thanks!

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was thinkin of addin a flywheel weight too it to get some more bottom end...less spike reving

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Hello, i have a problem and im not sure if its an easy fix or just the bike... If i get on it from zero throttle it has a slight bog... im not sure if it used to do it or im just used to it but its got a bog like miss...when i was goin up a hill even a buddy heard it and asked me... if i eas on the throttle its normal and its only in low revs just when you stab it...any ehlp thanks!

I too have the same problem

The other day I was trying to climb a hill. I had to go real slow due to the terrain. Once I got to the bottom of the hill and hit the gas the motor bogged down and died. Twice....

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Check your jetting and check your accelerator pump linkage. The pushrod on my 426 was gummed up and not moving freely, which caused it to bog. After cleaning it the bog went away for the most part.

If your idle mixture circuit isn't correctly set, you may experience some bog. An aftermarket adjustable fuel screw should take care of this problem by allowing you to adjust it easily. I usually have to make minute adjustments depending on the temperature and humidity.

If you want to get really picky you can try adjusting the accelerator pump timing and duration. If you search the forums here, you'll see many threads on how to do that.

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