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Cbr600f '88 cutting out problem

I need some help with my CBR600F '88 its started to loose power and then when i try to give it more power it seems to have loads of revs and very little power ...after that it just splutters then dies....cant start it again unless its jumped ...please help

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Look at the coil.

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