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Engine chokes out at high rpm....possibly the carbs?

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At high revs,the first thing might be the sparkplugs.Put a new set in and go from there.Start at the basics and work forward.Plugs do break down at high revs and a new set may be just the difference.Its the cheapest way to work out if the problem is something else.Its no good getting a heap of other work done first and then putting plugs in.If all the plugs are good,it narrows down any other problem that may be there.Hope this helps

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