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Ran my Yamaha GP 1200R Out of Gas

Ran the thing out of gas, tried to start it a few times, go it out of the water, filled it with gas, put it back in, it ran good for about 10 minutes, stalled like the battery died, cleaned the carb out,changed plugs & fired right up but now bogs and has lost power.

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You cant clean the carbs out once u take the diaphrams out u just need to replace them get three carb kits from riva yamaha and put kits in them and ill bet you $20 it will run

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