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Are there timing issues with the 2006 rmz 450? I replaced the valves, (bent from timing) cam timing chain, oil and oil filiter. When I try to start it it backfires but will start... Once it gets hot and you stall it, it will NOT restart unless you let it cool all the way down. any suggestions?

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Posted on Jun 11, 2013

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Have u tried turning the engine over slow for about three to four turns with the kick starter then kick it once or twice hard ..it should start...dont give it any throttle...floods easy

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