06 750 gutless and won't go over 28 mph
Hey, new to the forum, not sure if this is the correct place for this, but I'm having some issues with my 06 brute.
Recently picked up a 750, ran amazing, and had tons of torque, but couldn't wheelie for the life of me, anyway, after doing some riding I figured it was a bit lean since it has an hmf slip on, and the valves needed an adjustment as well since it would pop out the exhaust when letting off the throttle, and backfire in reverse when the speed limiter was active, so I adjusted the valves and put a dynojet kit in as well as a wideband gauge.
It ran like ****
Wideband was reading max rich, over 10:1 and it wouldn't go over about 28 mph, and it barely had enough power to get out of its way, so I put all the stock stuff back in the carb but left the dynojet springs, didn't fix it, except when I get on the throttle, it's full rich then it kinda coughs and pulls like a bat outa hell and the wideband goes from 10:1 to 14.9:1 (at work)
so I put the stock springs back in, but that just made it worse, now it won't cough and go, now it just stays at 10:1 regardless of rpm or throttle, just 10:1 at 1/8 to full throttle, so rich it can't actually rev, even in neutral
I pulled the carbs all apart and cleaned them, even though I couldn't find anything wrong anywhere, not even dirt stuck in anything
I checked the chokes when I initially installed the dynojet kit, they weren't and haven't yet stuck, cables are free and the plungers move freely, but I decided to put stiffer springs in, so both seal (I tested) and basically can't stick in the bores
What do you guys think? Could adjusting the valves 180 out do this? Maybe a plugged exhaust? Or is it still something with my carbs?
Yes, filter is clean, no snorkel, belt is new ish, but no slippage, pink primary, stock secondary, moose module