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My 1989 rm 250 has just had a rebuild and is running fine but it wont go into the band

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If you are referring to the power band,this is when your reed valves open.Check for cracked or damaged reeds.You need to remove carb and reeds are between carb and cylender.Check also the rubber boot that carb attaches to for cracks.this will cause intake air leak and cause reeds to not open properly.

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