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My suzuki pulls with the clutch all the way in

Ok clutch in i start my bike and it starts to pull forward and it wont stay started without the choke on more than half way

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Hi I am vortash sounds like you have an air flow problem check the seals ( gaskets ) around the inlet maniflod and also have your cylinders pressure tested should be between 100 t0 140 psi , and also check you tank fuel filters they may be blocked this would explain it also ( puuting the choke on makes the bike **** the fuel through harder .. especially if you have a blocked filter .. hope this helps regards Vortash ..

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    clive pearson Jul 22, 2009

    the word they have blocked out is S.u.c.k why they should have done so amazes me obviously their computer is as inept at spelling as I am lol .. Vortash



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