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C50 boulevard motorcycle:

Suzuki c50 boulevard motorcycle:

having FI issues where it kills, then will start up again after 30min (or so)...bike runs great (till it dies)....just checked air filter, and casing was pooled with gas (well, gass/oil mixture)....what is issue/solution?

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