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95 yzf 600 boggs out at 55

Once i reach about 55, the bike boggs down, but if you hold the throttle wide open, it will eventually take off with power, but only for a few seconds then it boggs out again? any help?

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Maybe sycn the carbs too ,clean out your tank as well as carbs ,wash your air filter and reoil it .

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The jets in the carb need cleaned.

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