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My b14 stalls after doing about 200 kms and have to cool off before proceeding.

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This may be the fuel pump overheating. Most newer fuel pumps must sit in gas to cool the pump. Try keeping your tank above 3/8 to keep the pump submerged. If the pump has overheated a few times it may be damaged. Most service shops can test your fuel system relatively cheaply.

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