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help sks 700 running crappy!

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Old 01-31-2012
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Default help sks 700 running crappy!

i just bought a 2003 sks 700. its been taken care of sorta. i just cleaned the power valves and he hasnt cleaned them for awhile but after that i took it for a ride and she kept boggin out at 60mph. so i changed spark plugs didnt do anything. now the engine revs up in the 7's and 8's doin 30mph. the clutches look like they are running correctly and it sounds to be hitting on both cylinders....any ideas of what could be wrong?
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Take apart the secondary clutch. You will probably find something messed up in there.
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No noises at all? Might want to open the chaincase as well as the clutch, just to be sure.
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Maybe you assembed the valves incorrectly or put a hole in the diaphram
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Old 02-24-2012
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what should i be exactly looking for?
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A hole in the bellow of the VES assembly
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