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Oil pump on w reg gilera runner,

I put new oilpump drive belt on .as otherone broke, also replaced final drive belt ,now bike goes about half a mile and cuts out ,starts again a few minutes later and same happens again ,also oil leaks from oilpump seal gone maybe? i would be greatfull for any info .thankyou

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    I have a problem of oilpump I have a chage it but still not pumping up oil I have checked every thing

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Its a piagio ,what else do you expect but a honda .

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