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Hi my bike died on me about a month ago,when it first happend there was low sound coming out of my exhaust,then it wouldn't start.I tried to start it back up,it started but as soon as i gave it gas it shut off. I took it to a shop they had it for two days ran it called me up n said there was nothing wrong.I took it home and it did the same thing.....Now the bike will not start,it sound like it wants to,but it makes the sound of an engine with no gas in it(my tank has been full of gas the whole time)..I've only had the bike for 2months and i dont want to get rid of it......PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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