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2001 kawasaki vulcan 750

When riding and taking off does go until you get to about 3.5-4 grand then it tries to cut out until you let off the gas so it can catch up with it self,changed plugs and stil doing it.

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You will have to clean the carbs, it seems theres fuel (gas) starvation at those rpms., maybe the carb float chamber is low on gas,try to reset the float level, blow the main jets too.

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