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post #1 of (permalink) Old 04-02-2007, 08:38 PM
sickdrewbanshee
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i need help with my banshee.

i've got a 1987 banshee that is bored and stroked. i rode it sunday for a couple of hours. in the last 5 minutes or so of my ride it was bogging down if i hammered the throttle. let it cool for about a hour or so. took it to the carwash, powerwashed it, un loaded it, and it wouldn't start. i kicked and kicked and kicked for 30 minutes or so, and it would fire up for 15 seconds and no matter how much gas i gave it, it would just pop and backfire as it stalled out. anybody have any suggestions on how to diagnose, or maybe where to start ??? any help would be appreciated.

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post #2 of (permalink) Old 04-06-2007, 11:51 PM
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i've got a 1987 banshee that is bored and stroked. i rode it sunday for a couple of hours. in the last 5 minutes or so of my ride it was bogging down if i hammered the throttle. let it cool for about a hour or so. took it to the carwash, powerwashed it, un loaded it, and it wouldn't start. i kicked and kicked and kicked for 30 minutes or so, and it would fire up for 15 seconds and no matter how much gas i gave it, it would just pop and backfire as it stalled out. anybody have any suggestions on how to diagnose, or maybe where to start ??? any help would be appreciated.

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fouled plugs, water soaked air filter, cracked intake boots, crossover tube fellout? was your coolant level good? if not rings will go QUICK on those so be carefull and always keep an eye for coolant leaks. compression should be about 115 if i remember correctly.
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