Lean Symptoms Lean symptoms in two-stroke dirt bikes include bogging or gagging and falling flat on its face when you crack the throttle, not running unless the choke is on, or having very harsh transition from a weak mid-range to strong top end. Adjust your metering rod. Cracking the throttle is not enough to activate the power jet, so do not adjust it.
If you are riding on the pipe and your bike feels flat, down on power, or excessively "pingy," your power jet may be lean. Open the power jet 1/8 or 1/4 of a turn. A standard dirt bike should not need a power jet that is open more than 1 1/4 turns. If you are riding a snow bike or dunes where you are wide open for extended periods of time with excessive load, you may need to go to 1 3/4 turn open, but not more than 2. Dirt bikes running gasoline will never need a larger power jet.
Rich Symptoms A rich two-stroke will often stutter or feel blubbery before taking off, it could smoke more than normal depending on your fuel mixture, or load up at low RPM. The RPM returning to idle when you close the throttle quickly will often sound choppy, dropping down, then hitting high, before dropping back down. We never recommend tuning around this if the bike is otherwise running well because engine performance is determined on accel, not decel, however, it can usually be minimized by going 1/4 turn leaner on the rod. This is the same for "pipe bang" when riding down a road (the bike loads up when pulling a large vacuum at a low throttle position in a high gear, then burns off the excessive fuel inconsistently).
Road-racing circuits were in those days dominated by bikes with two-stroke engines. Despite this trend Honda went with its NR500 machines equipped with a four-stroke engine. That decision, however, wasn't so much a bold move as it was a natural choice.
"I felt miserable, just miserable," he said. "Tears welled up in my eyes. Except for ours, all the bikes were using two-stroke engines. To be honest, I'd been hoping they would go to the final race and give us a really good run, even if it meant trailing at the very end. After the race they asked me to watch the video, but I couldn't bring myself to see it."
Wow, after all this time playing GTA V (since PS3 release) I never thought I'd actually hear an impressive dirtbike sound. It only took a few years. I still crave a screaming 2-stroke sound but this is so much better than any other mod before it.
@Shapely Twig Yes it is actually very hard to import real life sounds into this game. Im 99% positive that there isnt a single mod out there that replaces game audio with real car audio. All the mods are just edits and combinations of in game sounds. The game crashes when you import your own sounds for some reason, I guess the modding community hasnt figured enough out about it. Thanks for the download! 2b1af7f3a8