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Bike keeps cutting out

My honda cr 250 89 keeps cutting out after about an hour riding time

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Sounds like either your fuel vent on the tank is clogged ( the rubber hose coming off the top of the fuel cap) or #2 your spark plugs are fouling out which is probally the most common thing with a 2 cycle engine.

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