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Posted on Sep 06, 2008
If the bike has been sitting over the winter or a few monts , the carburator is probably varnished up. Need to take it to a shop and get it cleaned and tuned. I usually take my carb off my dirt bike after it sits all winter and clean all the needle valves and then tune it. Good luck
Posted on Apr 29, 2008
You should have a idle adjustment knob under the gas tank, left side.
Posted on Apr 21, 2008
Hmmm... this doesn't sound like a problem that belongs here... By "cuts off" do you mean stop running, or misfire? Carb. problems often are the result of the bike having set for many months or a year or two with old gas, which can result in a varnishing like of the fuel in the carburetors, which can clogg small passage ways, and subsequent no-idle, or other poor fuel delivery. Problems such as this require repair by knowledgeable mechanics. Other things which can upset correct fuel/air mixture are modifications such different exhaust system, air cleaner change, camshaft- any mod of these can require some retuning.
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