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It feels like Low initial pick in my royal enfield classic 350 UCE since last 5k to 6k kilometres. Ran- 16000+ kms. Recently changed air filter and aslo carburettor cleaned with spray but not much performance increment feels. Tyre pressure also checked(40-40).

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    It is difficult to understand what you are asking. I think you are talking about the Royal Enfield 350 UCE, so I added tags. Please take a minute to use the edit feature to clarify what you are asking.
    – CharlieRB
    Feb 7, 2017 at 15:41
  • For a classic 350, please check recommended tyre pressure in owner's manual. It's definitely NOT 40-40. As far as the acceleration (pick-up) is concerned, check carburetor diaphragm and clutch-plates. Typically, 16k kms isn't an age for these to wear out, but it also depends on your riding style and the parts used. Royal Enfield isn't known for their quality either.
    – Ghost
    Mar 28, 2017 at 12:17
  • @Ghost got solution, actually my bike was running on single spark plug rather than twinspark. Plug cap was removed automatically or by mistake while servicing. Mar 28, 2017 at 12:32

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