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This could be any number of things. First consider the most obvious. Change the rear spark plug. Then check the compression in the rear cylinder. If compression is low, it could be a valve sticking or a piston ring wore or a hole in cylinder. If compress is alright, rebuild carbs. I would check out options in a row. I don't think it could be a be the stator or regulator. But it could be. Those would need to be checked out by dealer. Hope tis helps.
Follow this link and select the section your working on,side covers etc and it will show you how to put it together.. hope this helps.You might have to copy and paste if it' isn't active http://partsfinder.onlinemicrofiche.com/wps_dealer_orders/Suzuki_OEM/SuzukiMC.asp?Type=13&A=219&B=26