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It is an all stock KLX 110 and was running perfect, the kids fell over a few times with it nothing major and still ran fine. the problem now is that while riding it on a straight trail it just died. we put a new plug in it cleaned the carb out like new and tried messing with the air screw, we also cleaned the air filter, now with the air filter off it seems to run a little better but never had this problem befor. the bike was new and only been ridden 4 or 5 times. I had a mechanic test the coil with the bike off and it was reading 7.4, they told me it sounded mor like an electrical problem. I just cannot seem to narrow this down. Any help PLEASE.
Problem is probably a fuel flow problem to the carby or a main jet blockage
Posted on Apr 06, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
r all the mufflers the same heat--make sure carbs r ok n gas is gitten to um--inspec plug wires n the rest of ign for wear and bad contacts--with an ohmeter n repair manual varius test can be done-sayonnara
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
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