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if running correctly you will usually need to give it some (or a lot of) choke when starting cold. If you don't it could start but idle too low. Giving more throttle will lean out the mixture too much and cause a stall.
It almost sounds like the choke isn't working at all and that someone had messed with your idle position.
Is it idling at the correct rpms? I assume it is similar to mine and should be about 1300 rpms when warm.
A 2007 bike that didn't get its clutch cable lubed could have this problem.
Give it a check first.
 
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