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When i turn the throttle all the way it bogs down but if i play with the throttle it will pick up as long as i dont go wide open and someone left the key on all night and know the electric start doesnt work

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1 your carb is too rich or too lean on carb is a screw turns this all the way in if it bogs worse unscrew it 2/12 turns out and try this and 2 charge the battery when i turn the throttle all the way it bogs down - 31eb15b.jpg

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