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Yzf 750 r 1995 starts but when warm wont idle i have turn the tickover up to 2500rmp but then it jumps up and down between 1000rpm and 2500rmp but if i let it cut out it wont sart 4 10mins any ideas people please

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Have you checked connections on the fuel pump,pre ignition test noise is an indication it is connected as it self tests for fuel pump and exup before start.
If pump is disconnected she will run like a pig then cut out.
Another fault could be she needs new plugs /caps,running lumpy and missing is an indication of this as is mis balanced carbs.
Good luck hope this helps.

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