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My motorcycle won't start no gas to the motor

I drain the tank put sea foam in the new gas last Nov,but had use propane to start the bike then took the bike for a long ride it ran great . park the bike 2 days later it would start right up ,but more then 2 days same problem won't start. back to a small bottle of propane and hose to the air box it start right up and runs great. turn the motor off start the first time, but of sits more then week won't start same problem back to propane ? now the battery is getting weak I am going to buy a new battery and hope that helps ?

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Yes, battery, if weak can cause hard start, due to low rotation of the engine thus less compression build up at cranking.
You can also get the battery tested to it's ability of the cranking power via a battery tester which has volt meter and a button to test it with a load that of an eqivalent of a starter motor and the meter would show the indicator to red if weak and if ok it would show at green! hope this answer helps.

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