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Bogs down at 50 mph or over

My 2001 Suzuki Marauder loses power and bogs down after reaching speeds of around 50 mph. I have replaced the spark plugs and fuel lines. It sounds like air rushing when I increase the throttle.

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This is an air intake problem check the air filter is clean also check air filter is the same model as original as some air filters require a carb retune to function properly


hope this helps

Posted on Jun 17, 2009

  • Gary Moore
    Gary Moore Apr 10, 2012

    ok tell me when i hit 70 my suzuki shuts off. but when i stop and put in neutral it starts right up and can go again till i hit 70 again.

  • neilshere May 20, 2014

    check you spark plug and lead... when it stops does it slowly die or cut out ?? this info will help solving the problem

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