You need a spark arrestor. The above statement is true if one of the exhaust manifolds or mufflers is cold or cooler than the other.
Unburnt gas igniting in muffs. Bad unclean carbs is also a possibility. My old quad used to do that to I think that when you let off the gas the rpm's are still kind of high and more air is getting to the engine and less gas and it kind of backfires sort of like but its not a bad thing I might have it backwards it could be running rich to.
bad carb setting/jetting or a timing issue . Read the plugs and see if the mixture is good , then check timing per manufacture instructions... if you have a upgraded pipe they always do that. it also could be running rich
a dirt bike
1989 Honda xr100
55 mph or 60 own hill ...
An older Honda XL100, XR100.
A Mongoose Mountaiin Bike brand new at The Bicycle Shop cost $350 in 2010
get a bigger muffler
you got to give it gas so you can take of and then it wont stall
For trails XR100-XR650.For motocross YZ85-Yz125no that is not. the best is a razor electric dirtbike
I assume your question was "do you ride an Xr100 with the choke on?". In response to that the answer is no. If you are having to run it with the choke on, that is an indication of clogged jets in the carburetor which will require removing the carburetor, disassembling, cleaning, reassembling and reinstalling on the bike.
Put a different muffler on.
The same as a street bike. On the right handlebar.
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It is not bad to run it without a muffler with a straight pipe. But remember the louder it is doesn't necessarily mean the better the performance.
plug up your muffler next time
There's an adjustment nut on the hand grip for the throttle cable. Back it out to make the throttle tighter, and screw it in for looser.
there are lots of common 100cc dirtbikes like kx100, rm100 (rare) and 4 strokes including crf100, xr100 and lots more.
Turn the handlebars with throttle control and leaning.
Ease up on the throttle, apply the brakes.
depends on how tall and what your weight is. if your average or a bit above it for your age, a HONDA XR100 will do nicely.
no, you should give it more gas then a trail bike though. but not all the time.
Hey i have a 2000 xr100r honda dirtbike what kind of fork oil needs to go in it and how much plz someone help me fast
At the bottom of the muffler there is a cap. undo the screw and take the cap off for about 10mph boost.. note removing the muffler cap makes the bike noiseier