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Based on your description this is likely the carburetor. Possibly a good cleaning or maybe a full rebuild.
One other less likely cause would be a clogged exhaust. Loosing the pipes would allow the bike to run normally if the cause were the exhaust. This would only be as a test.
hello have to take the top nut off of, the fork on the triple tree, may have to take fork off of bike, turn the fork upside down, where axle goes throuh bottom, there is a screw in the bottom of fork take it out pull bottom leg off, shoud be able to get to it, may be some fork oil inside if so have to replace it, unless they are air shocks..
i bought a multimeter tested the alternator ok over 14 volts then i tested the rectifier still 14 volts then i tested the regulater only 4volts solution was to replace rectifier and regulator with a boyer bransen power box
Check the wires coming out of the armature , that would be the problem. 99% of time it is the problem with those wires. What happens is, in old models there are three wires coming out of the armature, u must check if those wires are not short from inside (Armature Coil). Check with the Multimeter and if thats the prob than u'll have to cahnge the armature...