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It sounds like its getting fuel. Your gas should be in a fan pattern. I would suspect eith a weak battery or a weak coil. Either one would cause hard starting. You can have the battery tested for cranking
Pull your plugs and let me know what color they are ? Also, look down the throat of the carb and twist the throttle, are you getting a shot of gas? Mike
that is a 20wt oil. Its a good oil, however I use PJ1 oil. Its the same as the Harley oil, but a little cheaper. It comes in a 20wt and 30wt. The 20wt is a medium weight and the 30wt will give you a little
There are 2 possibilties here. One is your fuel line gets hot and the bike vapor locks. Once you have fuel flowing it cools off. The other is your ignition is breaking down. I would start by riding the
About the only thing is you are going to have to pull the tranny and do an inspection. It could be a finger roller that is bad or a bend shifter fork. The shifter cam might be worn and need replaced. Without
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