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Indian BAJAJ stops while changing the gear?technicial told me for bad octane.is it true?That other post is right. Motorcycles are MUCH more sensitive to the quality of gas than cars are. Two pieces of advice: #1: Use only the 92 octance Chevron gas with that 'techron' stuff. Its not the octane thats good - its the carb-cleaning additive. #2: Go to Napa or pep Boys and get a can of Sea Foam carb cleaner. Add some to your gas tank for the next few fill-ups. Chances are this will clean it right up. if not then you may need to get your carbs cleaned which costs a few hundred bucks,,,

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