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2000 Yamaha wolverine, starts and idles fine, but try to give it any throttle and it falls out and backfires?

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Clean the carb and check the float height

Posted on Dec 26, 2016

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it sounds to me like your bike has shorn a flywheel key. and is sparking at the wrong time.

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Check the battery and make shure it is fully charged. Check the coils to see if they have went bad. You can have them tested at any repair shop. Last the CDI could have went bad.

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I would have the timing checked. Put new plugs. Sounds like an ignition problem.

Posted on Sep 19, 2010

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