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My 2005 klx300r hesitats when i give it full throtle from an idle and i already blue out the jets

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The jets are not usually the problem , it is the passage ways through the carburetor body that are usually plugged . A partially fouled spark plug or bad spark plug cap can also cause this type of problem. If you have changed the exhaust system by putting on a more open muffler and you did not put in a larger main jet , this would also cause a hesitation like the one you describe. Hope this helps.

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