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i currently jsut installed spark plugs on an 08 honda cbr 600rr i also did the air filter change too *oem*
when i started the bike i let the muffler sounded like it was trobbing and when i blipped the throttle and when i release the throttle the backfired nothing loud but just enough for me to hear it it went away after a while should i be worried or this is just spark plugs breaking in? thanks.

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i currently jsut installed spark plugs on an 08 honda cbr 600rr i also did the air filter change too *oem*
when i started the bike i let the muffler sounded like it was trobbing and when i blipped the throttle and when i release the throttle the backfired nothing loud but just enough for me to hear it it went away after a while should i be worried or this is just spark plugs breaking in? thanks.


you might not have hooked up a plug right, sounds like a misfire

perhaps, given the backfire, mixed up the connection between two cylinders.


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i'm gonna double check that but i'm sure i didn't and if i did woudn't fi code show up?

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i'm gonna double check that but i'm sure i didn't and if i did woudn't fi code show up?
probably not, cause its fireing a plug, motorcycle ecus are stupid and dont really monitor a whole lot.


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i'm a fucken idiot i didnt' plug one of the connectors to the leads lol rectified the problem and it didnt' do the throbbing or backfiring again thanks for the help

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