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First, adjust the valves to the LOOSE end of the spec. Intake spec is .004-.008”. Exhaust is .006-.010”. Then as PDW said, recheck CCC at WOT. Search this forum for more details as we have discussed this many times and recently.
 

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As PDW said, get a Clymer manual. It’s easy to cause yourself more trouble if you don’t have the 3T’s—tools, talent, and time. A repair manual is the most important tool in your toolbox.

It’s great to learn to maintain and repair your own equipment, and the experts here willl help you. What previous mechanical experience do you have? What tools do you have?

Read this thread: DPelletier's common new KLR owner mistakes to avoid
 
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