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2003 yz 125 stalling

It rides fine and starts good but even when i hold in the clutch and am riding when i go, to stop with the brakes the bike gets a really low idol and then shuts off but if I give it a rev the idol comes back but I want to know what i can do to make it so I dont have to worry about it stalling thank you

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Sounds like the clutch is grabbing rip it apart and take a look

Posted on May 27, 2009

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You could turn the idle on the carb up higher, it may work.

Posted on May 28, 2009

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