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My dr 250 1984 has low compression

My dr 250 suzuki 1984 has low compression starts for about 20 seconds then dies it all started when the acelorator got stuck on one morning and the bike reeved flat out

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Your carb got stuck and it sounds like your rings are burnt out like u were running to high of an octane or something in your gas

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  • michael hueppelsheuser Mar 09, 2009

    your carb got stuck and it sounds like your rings are burnt out like u were running to high of an octane or something in your gas

  • michael hueppelsheuser Mar 09, 2009

    your carb got stuck and it sounds like your rings are burnt out like u were running to high of an octane or something in your gas

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