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I have problems trying to start my bike. it cranks but wont start. sometimes it will start when the choke is fully open but wont last long at all. when i turn it back to normal it cuts out. also when i pull up on the side of the road it cuts out as well whatever gear it is in. It is an FYM import so ignore the category below.

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Change the plugs and on the carb there is a mixture screw turn this all the way in and unscrew it 2/12 turns out buddy get back to me if no differencei have problems trying to start my bike. it cranks - c00f1e6.jpg

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