bogging down

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  1. squire

    squire New Member

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    well its getting there, still have promblem with the motor bogging d
    own at full throttle. it seems that i have gently work the the throttle
    until i get to full speed. then i can pull it all the way.. also it seems to run a little better if i leave the choke on half way? and it dosnt want to cut off if i give it full choke!...... took it around the block..checked the plug and look fine but noticed a small amout of oil on the plug is that normal?

    man i cant thank you guys enough..
    squire
     
  2. jasonh

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    check for air leaks in the intake.

    Get the motor up to temp and idling, then spray wd-40 or carb cleaner around the intake gasket and where the carb connects to the intake. If the rpms change, you have a leak. hi-temp RTV works well - both sides of the gasket, and smear a bit on the intake before you slide the carb on.
     
  3. squire

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    well yup there was a air leak...but now im ****ed... the leak was because the
    screw that held on the intake was broke took the screw out and the screw broke off into the motor! now i dont know what to do... thanks for the help guys.
     
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    Go to MrGasket.com they have a spark plug ref. for most plugs. Real helpful, PDF format :)
     
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  6. squire

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    now it say reversable power drill... cdoes that mean i just use the drill in reverse? man what a pain this is becoming!
     
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  8. squire

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    lol yeah im going to check the loacl stores, man well at least i get to replace the screws with better one, man there are cheap!!!
     
  9. squire

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    after i replace the instack mount screw, do i have to use tthebullet shaped nuts? or could i just use some normal nuts?
     
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    normal nuts would be better. Nylock nuts would be preferable. Ditch the crappy stock nuts.
     
  11. squire

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    awesome thats waht i thou.ght... lets hope it will tap out easily
     
  12. squire

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    well **** the ez extractor broke of into the bolt to..so im really ****ed... so my question i could just buy a new one of these. or could i jb weld the intake onto the motor? will this work.. i still have one mount on there so i could use that also!
     
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    Can you provide good photos? So that I can see exactly what you are working with. Yes I understand that the NOT-SO-EASY-OUT has broken off! Pictures will help with the next line of defense.

    Jim
     
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    Dude,

    Calm down...you can't JB Weld the intake to the cylinder...Actually you can't Bubble Gum, Cobble-up, any part of the installation and expect it to last!

    I feel your pain, just slow down and take a breather...It will all work out!

    Jim
     
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  15. squire

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    lol i was just wondering if it could be done..... but here is a few pics if it the tip of the ez out is in there.. so drilling it would be a pain...thanks again...
     

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    Drilling is probably not going to be an option...the only thing that will cut the easy-out is carbide...and even then the part must be held rigidly in order for it to work.

    Unfortunately the easy-out is in!!! You could have "walked" the broken-off piece out easily with a center punch prior to using the easy out.

    More to come I just have to figure out how to word it.

    Jim
     
  17. squire

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    thanks you for your time and and help...man this stinks..the sucker was in there.lol
     
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    Do you have a center punch?

    Barring that:

    Do you know what a center punch is?

    Jim
     
  19. squire

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    yes i do have one..
     
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    Do you have a propane torch...bernzomatic or similar?

    Jim
     

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