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Old 12-16-2017, 04:01 PM   #61
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Re: DRZ experts inside

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Very thin wall header tube on a drz
Will glow in just a few min sitting still with no airflow


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Saw something else today that I don;t think is right.

Full choke to start.
first click to let it warm at a high idle.

After about a minute, I see the exhaust just off the cylinder is glowing red.
Hit it with the temp gun and it was over 500*.

Pushed in the choke and it returned to low idle.
Temp dropped to about 380* and the glow went away.

This can't be normal.

The glow indicates a lean condition, correct?
Lean at 1/2 choke?
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Old 12-16-2017, 11:03 PM   #63
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Re: DRZ experts inside

Mitch that is a full Yosh header, the one I had on my TLR/TLS all glowed. The one on my Superduke 1290 (ti) was very nice.
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