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I have a 1982 kawasaki 1000 air cooled bike. while i am ridin on the highway it just dies with no warning that i can tell. it has happens while being on the highway for as little as 10 min and as long as 30 to 45 min.i have cleaned out the tank but it is still doing it. does anyone have a suggestions on what it could be thanks

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  • whitemanjosh May 06, 2010

    I have pulled the tank off and have cleaned the inside of the tank twice this year already so I know its not a bloackage in the tank and if i did then it would spit and spudder and i doesnt but that you for the suggestion

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Check out fuel filter for a blockage and replace.

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