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My bonnie just stopped...

My bonnie has had a throttle stop restrictor kit fitted recently. last night it was high revving and not idling properly, the oil warning light was on and it kept stalling then just stopped. Any ideas?

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If it stopped while the oil pressure light was on...you may have damaged your engine. Your best path here would be to take to a dealer and have them check the bike out. Yes, I know this can be costly, but you are risking possible motor damage here, which is BIG bucks. Sorry don't have happier ideas.

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