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49cc 2 stroke engine

Motor runs, but dies when u try to rev it.

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  • Nick Palmer Jul 05, 2008

    no it runs i can ride it for like 10 to 15 min then it just stalls out

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Its the choke its not the lever its the post comression

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I have a 49cc cateye mini bike it starts idles fina dn every thing but when you ride it it goes fine i can reach around 55 almost 60 with the stock engine but it seems to quit on my after about 15 mabey a little less sometimes and then will not start for about another half hour

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  • Nick Palmer Jul 05, 2008

    no i can ride it just fine for like 10 to 20 min then it just stalls out

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The other fault is to mix fuel and two stroke oil in the wrong ratio. Most chainsaws etc .. use a mix of 25:1 Too much oil causes oiling and misfiring of the plug. Too little oil causes excessive and fast wear.

Your engine starts up. That tends to suggest that everything is working ok up to a point.

However, look on the following link which deals with an overheating problem for that engine:

http://www.etecownersgroup.com/post/25hp-etec-problem-6107593

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