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Miss fire between 2000 & 3000 RPM

This is my first Burgman. I picked it up in Denver and drove it to Chicago area without any problems.
When I got home, I noticed that it seems to miss fire or back fire when the RPM is anywhere between 2000 and 3000. This is both decelerating and accelerating. I didn't notice that when I picked it up but it could have miss firing when I did. I was not that familiar with the scooter and I did not do much city driving and it is muffled by the muffler.

Has anyone experienced this before and did you find out the cause. Is it worth being concerned about? seems like it would burn a valve after a while.

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This is my first Burgman. I picked it up in Denver and drove it to Chicago area without any problems.
When I got home, I noticed that it seems to miss fire or back fire when the RPM is anywhere between 2000 and 3000. This is both decelerating and accelerating. I didn't notice that when I picked it up but it could have miss firing when I did. I was not that familiar with the scooter and I did not do much city driving and it is muffled by the muffler.

Has anyone experienced this before and did you find out the cause. Is it worth being concerned about? seems like it would burn a valve after a while.

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I would add Seafoam or some other fuel additive. Sounds like you have gotten some bad fuel!

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I will give it a try.

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