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Once i Turn the throttle my goped turns off

Just put a new hp carb on my sport, and also a new air flirter. Ive been messing with the jets due to some people recommedning me do it, but the goped continues to turn off when i rev it. It idles fine, but once the throttle is turned, it dies. Help please

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Do you have the engine choke on when you start it up?

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It may be over fueling if you have turned the jet id sugest hold at full throttle and adjust jet whilst running it on full power

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