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After driving the bike for 5 to 10 min it stalls an is hard to get running again. Have to use choke again even though its warm.

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Floats are stuck in carb.check the float jet for muck.give the carb a good clean out.

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You have a fuel delivery problem i would first check fuel bowl level and air vents for fuel bowl then all your air bleeds

Posted on Jul 25, 2009

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    next time this happens take your float bowl off to see if there is fuel in it,if there is no fuel check air bleeds are not clogged

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Check the fuel tank for a venting problem first.

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First, you have posted in the car and truck section, but I will try to help anyway. Sounds as if the engine begins to run lean after it warms up. This could be restricted fuel flow or just the main jet adjustment too lean. Using the choke limits air flow creating a richer mixture. Test fuel filters and lines.

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