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BRowan has you pointed in the right direction.. First things first.. Replace the fuel filter, inspect the air filter and all hose connections for wear, cracks, leaks and deteriation. Inspect the spark plugs for condition and correct gap.. If the pilot screw seals have been removed, re-set the screwsand move on to balancing the carbs. These arethe least expensive, most important things to do first. If all the above is on the money, and the problem still persists, move on toinspection of the timimg belts, ignition coils and ignition system. I suspect sediment in the fuel bowlswhich may require a carb pull if things are dirty inside them.
 
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