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Old 12-01-2017, 03:29 PM
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Originally Posted by strima View Post
Could be a fuel issue, possibly a blocked jet, try blasting some cleaner through the carb.

Also check your spark plug for fouling and the gap is correct.
Would agree, if the pilot jet is dodgy, you will get fuel/no fuel at low speeds but once you get going the main jet kicks in and away you go. Always look for the easiest/cheapest answer first.

Does your fuel cap have a breather hole? on older bikes the breather would suck dirt and water into the breather hole and this would mimic fuel starvation as you were building a vacuum in the tank. I'm not so hot on them new-fangled machines but I know a little about older stuff.....
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