Need help when suggestions on my 80cc motor bike motor

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  1. Biker Rich

    Biker Rich New Member

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    I recently bought one of them cheap China engine kits no brand new name poor quality anyway and broken the engine correctly it seems to have started running a little better and then it felt like it was losing power so I took the baffle cap off to clean it and decided start it up she allowed it was taken for a ride to see if that helped with the power and it did little loud but I got a whole lot of power out of it so I cut the tube off the cap drove a couple holes in the end of it and scooted back on the stock pipe ticket for a ride you seem to have a a bog at high speed it starts out smooth and it starts the wind out and then it'll bog give it more gas and after a while to clear up anyway sound like it wasn't getting enough gas in the carburetor so I set the needle jet to see if that would help put a better spark plug in it did a little better but I still got the bog anyway I didn't want to spend a whole lot of money on it but I want to upgrade at least the carburetor but I don't know what to run on it maybe someone out there could give me some advice or some ideas I'm somewhat mechanically inclined I and just new to the small engine 2 stroke stuff anybody can help I appreciate it I just threw this motor on a Roadmaster frame but I eventually want to build the chopper so I'm kind of experimenting with this motor in it the frame I'm running if anybody can help it'd be greatly appreciated
     
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    Venice Motor Bikes Custom Builder / Dealer/Los Angeles

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    The stock carbs actually work very well once you have them jetted correctly for your engine setup... I don't recommend buying a different carb because they don't work any better than stock (& you're gonna have to jet it too).

    First of all, keep breaking in the engine before re-jetting the carb because its gonna keep running better & better the more it breaks in (& you might not have to re-jet after all).

    With a 'bone stock' engine, usually you would have to switch to one size smaller jet to make it run perfect, but because you hogged out the exhaust you might find that a size larger might do the trick.... Try both after break in!

    There are a couple of companies who advertise here who sell jet kits for the stock NT carbs.
     
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    , hi hey thanks for answering your advice is greatly appreciated maybe I should go into a little bit more detail I didn't quite gut the exhaust pipe I left part of it in there but at about 20 miles an hour or so engine starts the wind out and then I get a bog when the throttle was fully open it kind of feels like it's not getting enough fuel pretty sure the engines broke in I run about six tanks of fuel at 16 to 1 mix and one tank of 20 to 1 and I'm on my second tank of 32 to 1 mix everything seems to be running fine except for the bog I use it everyday go to work now live in a small town the only traveling about a mile at a time
     
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    Hi sorry but I don’t know how to start a new forum and I need help getting my 80cc Seutek engine started, I bought it last year and it ran perfect. After about two months of use I put it into my garage where it had been sitting for a year, I’ve recently been trying to start it and had no luck. It has spark and the spark plug smells like gas so I know it’s getting gas. I’ve tried turning it over for about 40 mins and it wouldnt even fire, I only got a few pops here an there. I also notice that a black liquid is dripping out of my exhaust, could my engine be flooding or does it have another problem? I am pretty new to these bikes and would appreciate any help, thanks.
     
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    Greg58 Well-Known Member

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    The fuel is probably bad, I would drain the tank and carb and start over with new fuel.
     

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