spelling errors aren't hard to figure out. run-on sentences are more difficult to de-code though. i had to read this part about five times before i could figure out what was being said:
"...it will run great the hole time no stalling anything goes about 45 If i cut the... "
it isn't that people want to give you shit for minor errors, (well most people anyways,) it is just rough when we can't figure out what the problem is because of miscommunication, and most people won't bother trying to re-read it.
as far as your mechanical problem goes, could be a million things... could be electrical, maybe the coil or condensor. could be getting too much fuel, not enough, too much air, not enough. check the plug, is it chocolatey, is it dry and grey? could be your carb float sticking. could be the timing. could be fuel delivery, maybe your tank has some shit in it, or the filter may be clogged.
for good measure, it's always safe to clean your carb again. it never hurts anything, and so often that is the culprit. after that, i'd check out the airbox. do you have an air filter in it? if so, is the element a hundred years old and all tarred up? check the plug to make sure it's not fouled. check the gap to make sure that it's firing properly. then you may want to clean your points, use some fine grit sandpaper and a feeler guage and gap the points correctly. basically, if you have air, fuel, and a spark, then you should be in business... if not, then it's probably your condensor, or maybe the coil.
good luck man. and for future reference, try and use some punctuation... read your stuff out loud and when it seems like you should be pausing to take a breath, throw a comma or period in there. spelling is not terribly crucial, becus wen u spel lik ths peple can stil figgur it out.
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