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You can buy a fuel stabilizer, Sta-bil, and add to the fuel tank. This will keep your fuel from gunking up in your fuel system. Start and run your bike, after adding the Sta-bil, and let it run for a few minutes to get the Sta-bil throughout the system.

Change the oil and filter, change your clutch and brake fluids and remove the battery from the bike.

Place the bike upon something to get the wheels off the ground and cover the bike with a tarp or bike cover.

Give your gear oil a look, but it should be OK for that length of time.

Some people drain the gas out of the system, but if your tank has any inside damage, it will begin to rust and you will have to clean the tank before running the bike.

I wrote a tip on what to do when a bike sits for an extended period of time. You can find the link here; Bike sitting for extended period

Hope this help. If you find this information useful, please vote on this post. Thank you.

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sounds like the carburetor's getting plugged up. First, sta-bil doesn't burn that great, so you may want to dump it and start over. If the fuel has already sat for that long, sta-bil won't help it anyways. You want to start with fresh gas, with the proper mixture. If that doesn't solve it, you can look at the wide open mixture screw and see if you can tune it better.

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The proper gas/oil ratio is 50:1, that is 50 parts gas, to one part (2) cycle oil.

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info on sta-bil:
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