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The shop did a pressure test and said the front cylinder was losing pressure the rear was good, It did run good and then the next morning I want to start it and it just was running bad
 

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I’m not sure I’m lost on this bike and I love it to death Most shops here in my town won’t touch it because it’s 10 years or older
 

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The best method to diagnose a cylinder problem would be a leak down test. If you are unfamiliar with this test, there is plenty of information on the net. Any shop should have the tools to perform the test. Once you get the results from the test, then you will know what needs repair.
 

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1. What year and model is it?
2. What is the mileage?
3. How long have you owned?
4. What problems were you having before the rebuild?
 
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