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Loss of power when engine hot on 1998 suzuki bandit

The problem is that when the engine seems hot the bike loses power gradually until it cuts out completley, i leave it standing for say 5-10 mins and it starts up again fine. Then repeats the process again when i ride off.

Can you help?
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