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I have a problem with my Kymco People 150. When riding on a long road with consistant speed, the bike loses revs and slows don until I pull over and let it idle for a few secs. I then start off again, but it does the same thing again further on down the stretch of road. What could be causing this?

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Hi
The engine is heating up.
You need to change the engine oil.
This is a forced air cooled motorcycle... clean all open ports from where the air enters the engine.. this is located just under the seat / floor where you rest your foot.
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Berry

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Hello
A new clucth will slip a little at first. Its recommended to try to make the clucthes slip.
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