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My zzr 600 1994 wont go past 80mph if it reaches that. at about 70-80 mph if the throttle is pulled a little far too open acceleration stops, a reduction in throttle increases power and then slows it down to what the throttle is actually at. almost as if full throttle is flooding the bike. it is restricted. help?

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What condition is your air filter in? put in some new plugs and go from there. if the air filter and new plugs don't fix the problem check yorclutch adjustment.

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