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BIKE RUNS FINALLY GOT THE BIKE RUNNING BUT CHOKE HAS TO BE ALL THE WAY OPEN. IF I CLOSE THE CHOKE AFTER THE BIKE WARMS UP IT SHUTS OFF. ANY SOLUTIONS! JUST HAD CARBS CLEANED.

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I would say either the carb still has sediment inside it, the fuel/air ratio isn't set right, maybe an air leak at the intake manifold, or there is a fuel restriction somewhere between the tank and the carb.

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