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Hi, after riding through flood water the motor starts but only if no throttle is applied, as soon as you do the engine cuts out.tried some choke and tried idling for enough time to warm up , no difference. Bike is 125 Suzuki Hayate non fi .

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Water in the carb float bowl? Remove the carb then remove the float bowl. Use spray carb cleaner to clean the carb. Pay special attention to the main jet.

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