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I have trouble keeping my c50 2005 Suzuki idling...had the TPS replaced and cant keep it running at Idle consistantly. Have been back to the shop twice, but bike will still die....sometimes it will idle fine, but 90% of the time it dies at intersections.

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I have the same problem the michanic told me it has a bad berring

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Sounds like it is fuel-related, but....if you have never adjusted the valves, it may be part of the solution. Not easy, but most experience a performance boost, particularly at idle, if they were not within the range.

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Hi it sounds like the bike is set to rich

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