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there is nothing wrong with the starter but if you keep doing what you report the stater motor will burn out
the problem is in the carburetor main jet circuit or fuel blockage to the carby
you report that it starts and idles so the electrics if fine but on acceleration it plays up which indicates that the air/fuel mixture is getting too lean
now it is time to overhaul the carby, check float level, check fuel flow from the tank( taps corrode internally and block flow)
being a quad bike it could have water in the fuel system or dirt in the filter
You need to pull of tne carb and just clean it i mean on the inside Take the floot bowl off its the four scerws on the bottem see how much drit is in the bowl this will give an idia of the condition of the intake air system dirty filter or mabey split air boot Get a can of carb cleaner with the little red spray tube with it The problem sounds like the NEDDLE VALVE that is the valve thats shouts the fuel off when the floots reach there highest point and shouts the fuel off to the engine if it is not sealing the engine would be flooded with gas all the time and cause this problem So take off the carb drain the gas flip it upside down take the scrwes out of the floot bowl save the gasket remove the pin that holds the floots it slides out the neddle valve is drectely under this DON;T start bending tabs just clean the valve and valve seat now sand paper paper towel and carb cleaner then spray throught every venturey you can from the out side in to clean Then reinstall and it will work like new carberators are alway the problem good luck
hello. Your carberator injectors are partially gummed up. go to any auto parts store and get two cans of a product call seafoam. Follow the directions on the can regarding how much you use per gallon of gas in the tank. After you have run some seafoam through the carberator it will solve your problem.
change fuel filter and add can of SEAFOAM to 1/2 tank of PREMIUM gas. I think we caught this early. take out oxy sensor and clean and re-install. This an early case of Ethanol gas syndrome. try it and get back to me.