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Stator Resistance I have a 2005 DRZ 125 dirt bike. It's a kick start and the bike cuts off if you don't rev the throttle. I checked the stator for resistance and it was 17.1 ohms of resistance. I don't have a manual, but I don't think that's in spec?

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Try adujsting the rev screw on the side of the carb, dont turn it any more than 1/8 at a time, turn it clockwise to increase revs, and anti-clockwise to decrease them

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