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Suzuki C50 Boulevard (4k miles) backfires during deceleration when under pressure. (the clutch handle is not pulled or it has just released.) It really gives one loud POP! The rest is the usual sounds of stock pipes.

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    Have you changed the exhaust?

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Backfiring when the throttle is closed shows a lean mixture. Either you, or your mechanic should take a look at the mixture, and there's a 99% chance that that was the cause of your problem :)

Posted on Jun 16, 2009

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