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Bike has been standing for 18 months without the engine being spun. Bike will not start without choke. when choke is off engine stalls

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You need to completely drain and refill the gas - the gas you have is stale and doesn't have enough power to run the bike.
The battery needs to be fully charged - not just jump started. It wouldn't hurt to do an oil and filter change as well as a air filter and plug change.

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New gas leaves alot of deposits and goes bad quickly, might need to clean the jets on the carb if it will run with the choke, but not without it

Posted on Nov 02, 2012

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Bike wont start unless you hold gas down then when it starts it wont idle on its own then when in movement it has lack of power and dont wont to get up and go, it wont go past 60 mph.

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