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Is there oil in the engine do you have coolant has the oil been changed need more info mate what gets hot the engine or stator get back to me buddy

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Bike not starting

Sounds l
ike a carb problem

remove air filter take starting fluid and spray in carb as you try to start it

keep spraying to keep it going

If it runs as long as you spray into carb

you will need to have the carb worked on

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