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When i start my bike and let my clutch out it dies

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Your bike is in kickstand mode, the wires must be damaged or something. Or,,, your tranny is shifting into 4th gear and you are trying to take off in high gear, won't happen. Check out the kickstand switch, then make sure you are in first, then if that isn't it, you have a serious carburetor problem, Like the high speed jets don't exist or are clogged, when did this start? and what was it doing last time it was ridden?

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SOURCE: bike starts and rns but dies when you loose clutch

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is there plenty off compression get back to me buddy

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