Thread: Motor problems
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Old 01-14-2016, 06:33 AM
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Default Re: Motor problems

- Get a 36-44 tooth sprocket. It won't run well with that tiny sprocket and might not even start.
- Put an air filter on the carb. (even a piece of nylon stretched over it is better than nothing)
- Make sure the fuel valve is open and the mixed gas is flowing to the carb, get on it and peddle up to 5-10 mph and then release the clutch handle and see if it will start. From the video, it sounds like you are getting compression.
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