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2002 kx 250 2 stroke wont start

I was riding my 2002 kawsaki kx 250 2 stroke . it was running fine until i put some gas in it that my friend mixed, not sure how much oil was in the gas. anyways i rode it for five minutes after putting in the gas and stalled while i was i driving slowly in first gear. i pushed it for while and it finnaly started again. only to stall out after 30 seconds of riding. almost sounded like it was flooded for some reason. someone help me

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Sounds like too much oil in the mix add more gas & clean spark plug
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