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Stalling, jerking, guzzling petrol 125cc

Ok so my burgman problems began with not being able to get it to start, took it to a garage and they welded the trottle linkage plate back together as it snapped in half! problem one solved. problem 2 is that it keeps stalling whenever i slow down to stop at traffic lights or a junction or whatever the damn thing conks out. 3rd problem is that when i get to 50mph it won't go any faster no matter how much throttle i giv it (it used to do 70mph) now it only gets to 60 if i am going downhill. and wen i am doing about 50mph for no apparent reason it starts jerking and the speed just drops it its bloody difficult to get it back up to speed. at one point it dropped 3 30 and i couldnt get it to go back up to 50 and i was on an A road! so i took it to the garage and they replaced the fuel pump... it hasn't changed anything. still cuts out, still jerks about at50mph, still won't go muchfaster than 50mph (unless i am going down hill.. oh and i am only getting 64miles for 10litres of fuel.

any ideas whats wrong? its a 125cc i know this thread is for the 400 but i couldnt see one for the 125.

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    My burgman 125 goes ok for acouple of miles then stalls when I slow down. If I leave it for 5 minutes it starts again. and the cycle begins again

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In response to the 2nd persons' problem, try adding Silkolene Pro FST to your fuel it sounds like you are getting Carb icing.

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Whens the last time you had your carbs checked out? Make sure your carbs are still in adjustment and also make sure you have a clean petro filter and air cleaner. Hopefully this will give you some direction. Good luck to you.

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