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2000 Kawasaki Mule 2510 4X4 Diesel Question

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Recently bought this machine. My brother has had the same exact one for about 5 years now and i loved it so i got my own. I got a good deal on it. took it to the lease this past weekend after replacing the cvt belt, cvt filter, air filter and fuel filter. just to start fresh. Well now when i am going in high i can not get above 13 miles an hour or so and it sounds like it is bogging down. When i am floored it i can hear an occasional almost like backfire inside the muffler but it is not very load just short bursts. I have a service manual on order but i am hoping someone here may have encountered this issue before and knew the remedy. Also i can not be certain but i am pretty sure that i am using much more diesel to get around the lease than i did in my brothers for driving the same distance around. Any ideas? Thanks in advance.

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