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I have a 2008 crf250r i just put kibble white valves in a hot cam rev cam, fmf exhaust, r&d power bowl,boyesen power now, just being re-shimmed the bike has very good compression but was very hard to start once put back together. it pop started and started while it was still very hot but once it cooled down a little bit it would not start again, take in mind all this work was just completed maybe a jetting issue ???

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When you changed the cam, did you reinstall the decompressor onto the new cam?

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