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I got my first engine kit from him waaaay back when Hector was a pup.
Better than any of the others I have gotten.
I vote you are over-worry-ing it.
Maybe this- http://www.reflectalite.com/lightmodel.html will help for the bulbs.
I vote pre-detonation.
Blue to light blue, black to black, the white wire is a power wire for lights.
Someone correct me if I am wrong.
Be sure the flat spot on the clutch arm "cam" is facing the right way.
What all did you take apart? There's not that much inside that can go "wrong".
Careful, steel wool can catch fire relatively easily.
Coarse fiberglass is a better choice, and won't burn.
Welcome to the gang.
This place has more than you'll ever need to know, and then some.
I couldn't have put it any more eloquently if I tried.
Yep, what crassius said. Still, unless your chain is very tight, it shouldn't lock up unless the sprocket is REALLY out of whack.
Better than "re-torquing" for sure!
Yes, DONT ADJUST THE CLUTCH.
If it stops every half turn of the wheel, its the wheel. That would make the engine turn over several times with each...
Never had a problem with stretching, loctite, or head gaskets.
I've only re-checked torque OCCASIONALLY, only to find everything was fine....
Thats why we use blue locktite, so we don't have to tighten 'em more than once.
Re-tightening them, or checking them all the time will tend to...
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Did you install the throttle return spring on top of the slide?
Can you elaborate on that one?
Thanks! Oh, you meant dingodog....lol.
No carb is "just slap it on", unless you get lucky.
Your carb seems to be set on the lean side.