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I have a 99 cr 250 that boggs in 1 and 2 gear and i dont know why

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Check the air filter,change the spark plug, fresh fuel if its not already.If all above is good and still does it.Do a compress test if that`s in specs. clean the carburetor. Hope this helps you out
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hey, ,my name is ray, i have multiple things that it could be....... first off, it could be that your spark plug is fouled. and if that is not it then youmight clean the jets in the carborator. if that still does not do the trick, then you will have to check the ignition coil wires and there should be **** connectors that go from the ignition coil to the CDI Box. and if you don't know what the ignition coil is, follow your spark plug cable from your spark plug all the way to the end and it will be there....... and if that still won't do it, then you have to check all of the points in your bike....... if you need more help or don't understand something, then please let me know..
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