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Gets bogged down when riding like it not getting enough air or fuel. also stopped running while on road other day.

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Check the fuel filter, next fuel pump pressure. If it backfires when you back off the throttle it is most likely not getting enough fuel. Check the plugs they should be tan, not black and wet(to much fuel) or white with blistered electrode or insulator on the inside (not enough fuel). Also check for obstruction in the air filter tubes and for dirty air fliter

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