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Bike will not start

I have a 2000 suzuki savage that ran fine until I let it sit for about two months in the cold. I have spark and fuel going to the carb. I sprayed starting fluid in carb from rear air intake side but the motorcycle still will not start.The starter turns but it will not start. Should I remove the carb and inspect and clean it. I did that about 8 months ago when I installed a larger main jet. please help

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As you may or may not know fuel becomes stale over a period of time you will need to replace with fresh fuel also clean or replace plugs check fuel filters and yes clean that carb


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I would take the carb off and clean the jets. I had a bike that if i didnt ad stabil to it, the gas would varnish in just about a month. It also depends on what kind of gas you put in there and if you fill the tank up so condensation doesnt get in there.

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