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Hey mate ,i have 2 stock bike which is kawasaki kh 125. could you pls tell me how to tune this bike.i mean which parts i need for extra performance . cheers adi

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hi man,
I had a similar problem, so maybe I can help you. it can be connected with air filter. under your seat there should be some kind of cover on the air filter. just remove it. I've noticed this problem when I unrestricted my KMX 125. the hole on the cover on the air filter is too small.

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