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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: idle hunting
I feel that with the description you have given, that the problem lies with your carby.
- the choke is coming on
- the carby needs a service. Either a shaft is sticking or the fuel jets are blocked.
- low engine oil
these could all cause the above problem
Posted on Apr 05, 2010
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Your throttle plate and or governor arm may be out of whack. Download a technical service manual in a pdf off the internet and follow the instructions on how to set them. Be sure to put a 6mm pin or bolt in the hole while adjusting. You want to set your governor arm prior to setting the throttle plate. I had the exact same issue on mine and that was the resolution. Good luck and be sure to set your rpms correctly for high and low speed idle. Again the technical service manual will provide info on how to do it all. They sell a little hour / rpm gauge on ebay or amazon for like 15 dollars where you just have to wrap the wire around the plug wire 4 to 5 times and it will read your rpms. :)
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