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These bikes are testy to fire up when the carbs have been dry. A shot of gas or starting fluid might help.

Low cranking voltage always makes this one backfire, if you need a battery it's worth the extra money to get an AGM type battery. They're worlds better than wet cells.

Another good way to start is "crank and pause". You crank a few seconds then pause, then crank, pause. The cranking opens the petcock, the pause gives some time for the gas to get to the carbs.

Looks like it was at least sheltered a little, with those miles you've got a lot to work with.

The crash bar, bag supports , and turn signal brackets are a plus.

Yet another black and silver tank, we've seen a lot of those in the past couple of years.
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