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Bike set out in the weather all winter covered by a motorcyle cover. Engine runs really rough, will not stay running with out the choke.

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Its got gumed up carb jets in the carbs,,strip carbs and clean out all running jets,,or a quick wat that may not work for you is ,,,
turn off fule and drain all carbs then fill carbs with "carb cleaner" let it soke for a fuw hours drain the carb cleaner from the carbs and turn on the "fresh fule" it may work it may not!

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