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2005 650 V star won't idle

Yeah I have a 650 v star that runs fine when its fully choked, but when i take the choke off it dies. Same way when i tried to run it down the road. I put new fuel in it, drained the fuel bulbs, checked the plugs. Still no change

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I would say its either drawing air or the carbs need setup. You have to check the breather pipes and the rubber manifolds for cracks or splits.
if carbs need setup, then its best taking it to a good garage, to have them balanced and adjusted.

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