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Does not stay idle and turns off

Bike standing,without staring for 3 months,skips and misses, touch top of cylinders1 &2and they are warm. the only stays on by pulling choke all the way. when bike is supposedly warm enuff return choke then it turns off.

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Sounds like the gas went bad and stoped up a carburator clean them up and blow jets out with high pressure air this should help good luck

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3) Turn the mixture screw closest to the engine (marked "L" ) clockwise in small increments (1/4 turn at a time) until the engine smooths out. Then back CCW until you have a slightly rough idle.

4) Accellerate to full throttle and turn the mixture screw closest to the air filter (marked "H" ) clockwise until the engine revs get higher and eventually begin to fall off again. Turn back CCW beyond ultimate top speed . . . until a very slight flutter is heard at top speed.

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6) Repeat steps 3, 4, and 5 once more and then check throttle response on quick rev-ups. VERY VERY small adjustments to the "L" screw in a CCW direction will give better response but larger adjustments will affect "H" settings.
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