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Hi my honda hornet 250 has a problem i start riding after like 3/4 minutes it just dies then i leave it and its fine then does it again

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What does the rpm meter show?it should be abt 0.2 rpm..if it isnt..under the carburator you will something like a screw/tap ..you have to rotate it to adjust the slow.that means the longer the engine should keep running on neutral or smething..hope it helps :)

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Check to see if the gas is flowing good no blockages

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