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1980 suzuki gs850 ... sometimes stalls when letting out the clutch if not given enough throttle and must make revs high to avoid stalling while riding .... idles fine while in nuetral ...

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Check the compression on each cylinder. Chances are good the bike needs a valve job.

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I'll check that and the spark plugs. Kinda sounds like a tinning noise may be spark knock? Or valves.

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pictures of the correct vacuum routing can be found here, good luck bud let me know what you find

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