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If the bike is still running your in luck. Just go to your local auto parts store and get a can of Sea Foam and dump about half the can in with a couple gallons of gas. fire it up and let it idle for awhile until it get a good carb full. Then procede to ride it Hard and you should start to feel the results very quickly. I recently revived an old honda that had been setting for 16 years that same way. I just let the Sea Foam set in the carb over night and went riding the next day. ( Old time mechanics secret carb rebuild.0 Its been around for 60 years or so. Have fun.

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