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Lost power started skipping going down highway at 70 mph

Felt like bike was running out of gas even though I had just filled up. I pulled off at first exit and bike knocked off at bottom of exit ramp. Thinking I had gotten bad gas I switched to reserve and it cranked back up. It continued skipping so I switched back to the regular tank and rode it home. I changed gas and plugs but it still is skipping

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Your problem suggests bad gas(water) or ecm(engine control module) problems, have a cycle in the shop last month acting the same way replaced ecm after draining the fuel and seeing the gas had no water in it check gas first good luck.

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