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BoggingCould be dirt in the carb, loading or starving for fuel, or possible worn/damaged reeds. Clean and set carb, change to a new NGK BR-7-ES plug, install in-line fuel filter, and inspect reeds. It could also be a simple fix like the gas and oil mixture might be too rich. (as in too much oil)
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