No it doesn't cause any damage your just running the bike too rich you should try to use a higher octane fuel and that should balance it out. However, there is another possibility and that is the bit of rubber "hose" connecting the carburetors and the inlet manifold / cylinder head has deteriorated. The rubber becomes hardened as it ages, and air leaks can happen. This means that the mixture of gas and oxygen that gets to the engine has too much oxygen in proportion to gasoline. The only way to fix this is to change the rubber parts. These may be easy or difficult to obtain, depending on the age and or make of the motorcycle. I read somewhere that increased oxygen makes the engine run hotter than normal, under these circumstances, when the short rubber hoses get hardened.
if the engine is backfiring it will damage the maf,.
yes, if it goes through the engine it can seriously harm the motorcycle.
Could be a hole or leak at one of the joints or cylinder head bolts / nuts.
YEs! Don't let water in your engine or it's toast!
You are likely to damage the engine.
Rev the engine six or seven times before coming to a complete stop. Rev it all the way to the edge every time you stop.
If it is backfiring only when you kill the engine, allow the engine to idle a few minutes before you kill it. If it is backfiring while in use, check the intake gasket and bolts for wear or looseness.
Exhaust leaks close to the engine.
No,it may flood the engine.
Won't run Drain fuel system
I own a 1994 Honda Magna 750 which has the same engine as the vfr 750. I experienced backfiring problems. I went to my local auto supply store and purchased a can of Sea Foam. I mixed the prescribed amount in with my gas. I did this until the entire can was empty. I no longer experience backfiring problems. It was an inexpensive quick fix. Sometimes the carbs get varnish in them and may cause backfiring. Sea Foam cleans the carbs and removes the varnish. Hope this helps you.
Engine size has nothing to do with the definition of a motorcycle. If it has 2 wheels, powered by an engine and has no pedals it's a motorcycle.
because a motorcycle uses less gas than a cars engine=)
Honda PE01E engine code - what model Honda motorcycle is this engine from?
No, I don't think so. A 90Ci engine is equal to 1474.835 cc.
Not really, the engine has little mass and will just stop. Stalling will stretch primary and drive chains perhaps and could put excessive strain on the transmission.
what year is this honda motorcycle engine # cb550e-1080714
has engine been damage
The term 'dead engine' is usually meant to refer to an engine that wont start. The symptoms are that the engine does not start, the starter might turn it over, but that is it. No firing, no backfiring, the engine is effectively 'dead.'
No revving your engine dosent damage it.
The purpose of a motorcycle engine is to propel the motorcycle forward via the gas or diesel engine. The motor of the motor cycle makes it different from other two wheeled vehicles, in that it is self propelled, as opposed to manually powered.
The engine backfiring at idle, and at slightly off idle speeds is indicative of a lean fuel/air mixture. Try enriching your fuel mixture.
I would say a 455 hp V8 like you would see on a Boss Hoss motorcycle is a big engine.