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My Honda CB200 from 1976 is nice restaurated but there is still a problem with the engine. When I run my bike for 300meters, he goes really hard, but then it stalls, meaning, he goes slower and slower, don't make rpm's and speed. And one of the two mufflers stays always cold, this time it's the right one, the other time it's the left one. I changed the glow plugs, I set the carbs well, bult still I have this problem, and don't know what to do now. Maybe you can help me, Thx and regards Vincent from Belgium

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Sounds like your magneto is wired wrong or has loose grounds, check it carefully to insure it is correct

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http://www.mototips.com/general-bike-repair/21014-crf450-04-hard-start-cuts-out.html

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