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Randomly bogg down in all gears

I bought a 96 bandit 600 and as I was driving it home the bike would bogg out and start slowing down. I would downshift to maintian speed but would bogg out in every gear. I thought it was cuz I had no gas or that the oil was low. I went and put gas in it the next day and checked the oil level, which was fine. I thought it was hot so I let it sit for 20 minutes and then drove it about 5 miles and the same problem with bogging. After 1 final attempt, I drove 10 miles without a problem. Help! I don't know what is wrong with it. I'm going to take it to a mechanic monday, but if someone could give me some trouble shooting advice before hand I'd appreciate it. Thanks.

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Would u no if it s been resricted to 33bhp m8,, is the air filter clean,, are the spark plugs good ,,with a good spark, are they the right ones even,, have a quick look at these things 1st m8,,

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