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When i bought the bike it was running ok the kid told me i have to change the oil and get a tune up.i rode the bike a rew times and it seemed fine, now when i ride it it has no power at all!! when i give it throttle it sounds like it boggs and sometime stalls!!! what do i do??

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Sounds like he was right! it needs a tune up!...change plugs and wires replace old air filter and FUEL filter,... put in fresh gas along with some Sea foam from Autzone pour in 1/3 can to two gallons fuel and then push start the bike if you have to and get on it and ride might take about 10-15 miles before you'll notice a difference.

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