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Stalling Idle drops off after engine gets warm and the unit stalls.  No warning lights glowing.

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  • skiqsr Apr 25, 2009

    The idle drops to zero.  The bike has 3800 miles.  The air filter... I am a rookie... i have a motorcycle repair manual on order.

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Does it drop so low it stalls? How does the air filter look? How many miles on it?




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