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I am getting some serious bogging of the engine. It usually happens after I let off the gas and initiate a sharp turn. When I squeeze the throttle to power out of the turn there is a bog that lasts a second or two then machine springs to life. It is almost like a turbo lag in a car. The engine runs brilliantly the rest of the time. My initial thought is there is something amiss with the cluth(s). Any suggestions? 1995 Indy 500 efi
 

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Id check ur belt and clutches, i had the same problem earlier this year, it would bog then it would be ok after i got into higher rpms, i changed the belt and every thing was good.

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Almost certain to be either the belt or secondary clutch. Sounds to me like it not back shifting fast enough. Check your bushings, buttons and spring. You can do a test by tightening the spring one hole on the helix. If the sled improves you know that the spring is weak or there is some binding.
 
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