Question about Motorcycles
Sounds like fuel blockage - could be in tank, tap, line or carburetor
Posted on Nov 02, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Finally started my 79 suzuki
To stop a dieseling two stroke motor you can either choke them out (full choke) or block the air intake with a rag and starve the motor for air. Chances are the carburetor slide is sticking in a wide open position. Take the carburetor apart clean and inspect it. Also inspect the intake manifold for cracks and air leaks. For normal running add a kill switch so you can stop the motor without having to unplug or ground the spark plug. If the motorcycle is completely stripped except for a power wire to the coil, add the kill switch between the generator (wire coming out of the motor) and the coil.
Posted on May 09, 2011
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