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Hi rpms when starting and staying hi while riding

High rpms while running and starting goes 4500

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Try rerouting the throttle cable, could be making it jam up if it has a tight bend, if not this, then check your inside throttle cable, sounds like it might have a couple of broken wires and they are jamming inside the outer cable, or the outer cable could be bent.

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