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Damn u already no the answer,ha rookies, look take the carb off and crean the entire thing, make sure to crean out the pilot, needle and main real good. also if it had an after market exhaust on it and the guy was of any greatness he would have most likely went up a size or to on the pilot, or messed around with the needle jet, so take the jets out and take them to a dealer that ***** with them kind of bikes and the'll probly have jets, look at the stock jets vs. the jets in the bike and there will be numbers on them to determine the difference in jet size, so if u put your stock exhaust and there is bigger size jets in that *****, u need to put stock jets in, also make ur air filter is spotless and you;ll be all good also change your oil, o and why would u buy a new carb because of a fuckin internal clog, thats some ******** to me, haha why dont u just go hang out in your local shop for a while u fuckin rookie

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Have a VR 2000 Supermot and when I bought it the guy had taken off the air filter and box and put a racing exhaust on it. I dont know what other modifications he could have done. Anyway we put the original exhaust back on and just fitted an airbox with K&N air filter and it starts and ticks over fine and runs fine up to about 3 thousand revs and then it kangaroos (stop and start) and it stalled at one point. I checked and there is fuel in the tank. The fuel feed must be ok coz it ticks over and revs fine when stationary. I have a theory that the guy who modified it has put big jets on the carbs to give better air/fuel mixture. Would this explain whats happening? How can I fix it? Thanks for your time. i've been repairing dirtbikes and fourhwheelers since i was 12 with my dad, it sounds like a problem with the jets in the carburetor possibly one clogged with even the smallest piece of dirt will cause this, also how old is the bike, this sounds alot like a problem i had with an old dirtbike, sitting stationary the bike would run like new, yet get on it and put the engine under a load it would start sputterin and runnin like complete garbage, the bike was an 87 bw200 and after messin with the carb i ended up buyin a new one cause it was internally clogged but if its a newer bike i'd definently check the jets, and if you cant figure it out, then a local bike shop could probably diagnose the problem, if you have friends with bikes get suggestions from them on a good local place,,,

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