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When i am stopped at light or at a stop sign and i put the bike in idle by pulling the clutch. When the light turns green and i give it gas while realeseing the clutch the engine just dies i must start moving before i realese the clutch and keep riding.usflg.flg. how do i fix that or is that the way it is supposed to be.

I have the Grubee skyhawk gt5 2011 motor with the cns carburator. I just built it and i am still breaking it in as stated in the instructions.
 

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When i am stopped at light or at a stop sign and i put the bike in idle by pulling the clutch. When the light turns green and i give it gas while realeseing the clutch the engine just dies i must start moving before i realese the clutch and keep riding. how do i fix that or is that the way it is supposed to be.

I have the Grubee skyhawk gt5 2011 motor with the cns carburator. I just built it and i am still breaking it in as stated in the instructions.
It helps to spin the pedals a few times as you take off then let
the clutch out as well as being easier on the clutch.

I hope that you aren't following the instructions to use a 16 to 1 oil
ratio as it is way too much.
 

CTripps

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It's always better to engage to motor while moving, for me, or it will stall out.
There are lots of threads on fuel mix (and about twice as many opinions ;)), but I'm running around 40:1 synthetic 2-stroke oil on a broken-in motor.