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Sounds like a carburettor problem to me.
Does your have a sight glass on the front of the carb?
Fuel level should be on the dot, I'd say yours is flooding.
If the carburettor is flooding uncontrolled, it could be a worn or dirty needle and seat, or a fuel logged (soaked) float.
The float is heavy and doesn't have the designed buoyancy to keep the level where it should be, hence a high level which could be a flooding condition.
It will also cause the vehicle to stall on turns.
Some carbs are easier than others.
I'll look up what carb you have, while you let me know what the carb fuel is in the float window.
I would also take the aircleaner lid off , and look down the throats of the carb, if they are dripping at any time etc, that is the flooding condition.
This might help:
If yours is this type, you can change the needle and seat and the float without taking the carb off.
I would buy a complete kit and a float.
That is normal operation of an electric automatic choke from cold start.
Does it run ok from cold start?
When does it start doing the condition you describe?
Are you quite certain the ignition components you have replaced are done correctly in the correct order etc?