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I have a 2006 KX250F that idles ruff, or surges up-down-up-down. It runs good on top. ???

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This is likely to be an air leak at the carb or manifold. The leak would thin the fuel/air mixture and account for the problem. Tighten every screw and bolt in the carb / manifold area. With a little luck this may fix the problem.

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