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1998 Hond CBR 600 goes flat at 5800 rpm

It runs strong to 5800 rpm, then it goes flat and I really have to fight to get it above that rpm range. Above 7000 rpm it runs strong again. Bike has new stator, now plug caps and wires, new rectifier/regulator. ANY suggestions on what would cause this problem??

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I believe that you should give the carb jets a clean as this sounds like a fuel delivery issue. there is no electrical reason why there should be a break in performance like that.

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