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09-14-2002 06:09 PM
dion Engine only has 3200 miles on it.
09-14-2002 05:56 PM
woodz428 Diagnosis by someone elses' sound definition is always a little tough, but if it is only on one side it probably isn't timing. How many miles on the engine? Bad valves on one head could cause a weird sound as well as intake leak on that side. More diagnosing is needed, Compression on the cyl., power balance check , stuff like that.
09-14-2002 03:50 PM
NAIRB It could be a baffle, it could also be a miss. If the timing is a little fast it will make a sound similar to this.
09-14-2002 03:19 PM
Loose Baffle?

My driver side pipe is making a blup blup sound with small chirps, is it a loose baffle in my muffler? Maybe a miss somewhere in the engine? The carb, wires and plugs are new.

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