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Bike breaking down

I start my bike straight in every time when cold get it to temerature ride for a few minuets and then the bike dies and wont start for around 10 - 15 minuets once stood for that period of time starts and rides mint then dies again

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Hello mate ive just had the same problem with my bike and if you have had ur oil level low it causes air bubbles in the oil pump which is causing ur engine to temp seize cz of heat of piston drain ur oil pump then hopefully it should be fine good luck n i hope this works for you

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