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My bike keep flooding when i stop at any stop light or come to a normal stop

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Probably have a needle or float sticking, I recommend carburator overhaul. Buy a kit from an aftermarket company or the dealer. Or take it in the shop. You could take it apart blow it out use gum out to clean all parts put back together and re-test.

Posted on Oct 10, 2010

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I will guess that your bike cut off when you put it in gear because you still had the kickstand down. That is normal, it is a safety feature to keep you from riding away with it down and crashing when you make a left turn and the kickstand hits the ground.

To check your oil you have a sight glass. Stand the bike straight up and down and have someone look in the sight glass, it is probably on the lower part of the bike on the right side. The oil level should be above the middle, but not covering the whole glass.

Try this process. Go out to the bike, turn on the key and put it in neutral. Check your kill switch, make sure that is in the run position. Now try and start the bike and report back with what happens.
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