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Bigredneck01

91 king quad new problem

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Ok it is blowing air the rong way instead of sucking it thru the air box its blowing air to the air box and all hoses are hooked up corectley and it also has a loss in compression it will build compression and then loose it wile cranking ?????

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ok i will check it out i tried adjusting them but i am in no way an expert on adjusting valves wat do i need to do to get it not to stick

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