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Loss of power splutters at low revs difficult to start

Seems like fuel starvation but people keep telling me its different sensors
i still got 90mph out of it can you help?

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You might check for air leaks at the air intake as the sensor would go crazy if there is one. Try spraying some carburetor cleaner while it is running and if the engine starts to increase you have found a leak.

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