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It could be an air leak, air being drawn in somewhere under vacuum from the engine. The first thing to check is your carb connections are okay. Get a can of carb cleaner and get the bike idling/ticking over. Spray the carb cleaner around the area where the carbs are clamped to the engine. If the engine stutters or stalls it means air is being drawn into the carbs screwing up the air/fuel mix. Check the rubbers and clamps if this is the case.
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