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02 1000 with pop noise on subtle deceleration

I was slowly rolling the bike into the garage yesterday in 1st gear, when I gave it a little gas and when i rolled off the throttle, it slightly popped. At the end of last riding season, it stalled on me a couple times while riding, but hadn't done it before or after. It idles good fine. Could this be the front and or rear intake pipe/boot?

I can see the front one with a light, and it doesn't seem to be gapped or loose, but cant see the rear without some disassembly. Or, could this just be a TBS needing to be done?

Any thoughts?

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I was slowly rolling the bike into the garage yesterday in 1st gear, when I gave it a little gas and when i rolled off the throttle, it slightly popped. At the end of last riding season, it stalled on me a couple times while riding, but hadn't done it before or after. It idles good fine. Could this be the front and or rear intake pipe/boot?

I can see the front one with a light, and it doesn't seem to be gapped or loose, but cant see the rear without some disassembly. Or, could this just be a TBS needing to be done?

Any thoughts?

Thanks
At that age, could also be an exhaust leak, though you'd probably notice it more decelerating from speed.

The stalling issue may be that your idle is set too low. Somewhere around 1200 rpm works best for me, some others a little higher. (Adjustment screw is on the left side of the bike, clearly visible).

If you haven't synced the throttle bodies, it can only help to do so. It's pretty amazing how big a difference balanced throttle bodies make. But if an intake boot has popped off, no TBS is going to help with that.

I'd check idle speed first and see if that helps. If not, then, I'd pop the tank, check on the air filter just because you're right there, and remove the airbox to have a good look at the intake boots. Then TBS.

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yea, probably need TBS and go from there.
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