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Hello, i have a 1980 Suzuki GS 450. i think my timing is off because it will only run with the choke on. if my timing is off how do i set it, and if its on already do you have any ideas about what it could be?

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Your carburetors need a good cleaning. Specifically the slow circuit ( slow jet and passageways ) are plugged with dirt or corrosion. You should take the carbs off, disassemble them, and clean/spray carb cleaner and compressed air through the jets and carb body. If you remove mixture screws , be sure you count the turns and write it down before you remove them so you can put them back in the same positions when you reassemble. Install new spark plugs and spark plug caps and your bike should run like new.

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