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Bikes idle drops after about 20mins of riding will stall if i do not blip the throttle

The problem started when it was knocked over in a carpark

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My bike has a sensor called something like "bank angle sensor" May just need resetting or replacing as it activates if the bike is dropped on its side.......I think, as I don't want to find out. Good luck.

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