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It is a 98 kx60 it is really hard to start and it dosent seem to have any power up high or down low.is this because it needs a new top end?

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Yes. You need a new top end. Being very hard to start, and having no power, sounds like you have no compression left. You need a new Piston Kit. Wiseco make one for your model.
This is a very high reving little bike, the piston and rings in them dont last very long.

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