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Bike starts, runs but then starts slowing down as if no fuel, I'm thinking coil but not sure!!

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U may hav a gas issue-carb needs ajust or clog at fawcett--its new so a service bullitin may be out-ask dealer or online--if spark was bad it wouldnt start

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Your terminology is off a bit but I'm trying to figure out what you say you have done. To start, the coil off the 82 model is the wrong coil for your bike. Your bike has a points type ignition and requires a coil with a primary resistance of 5-6 ohms where the 82 model coil is for an electronic ignition with a primary resistance of 2-4 ohms. If you know how to check the resistance of the primary windings on the coil, check and see what you've got.

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G'day,
I have a couple of ideas what may help.
First I would think it was starving for fuel.Or maybe an unusual ignition system fault- So how do we find out?
Well-you could try checking the bike for spark immediately after the bike stops.
Remove the spark plug-Re-fit to the cap-place plug resting on metal where you can see it(DO NOT HOLD PLUG-HIGH VOLTAGE)-kick over & check for spark.If theres no spark-try a new plug but if the problem persists then the bike has a faulty ignition(coil,cap,plug,stator.ignition/kill switch,wireing)
I think it is more likely starving for fuel.
A faulty fuel tank filler cap vent or carby vent tube pinched or blocked.
To check the filler cap-ride the bike & when the problem just starts-quickly crack open the fuel tank filler cap to let air in/out. If bike runs ok then the cap is blocked.
To check the carby vents -just look at them & make sure none are blocked or pinched.They usually come from each side of the carby & one from the bottom(usually clear or semi-clear hoses).
I hope that this helps you with your problem.
Regards Andrew Porrelli

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