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Motor won't start afte being parked

Already checked the sparks, already ckecked the carberator, good.

It seems to be low on compression

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Firstly check for ill fitting exhaust ie /gasket (2) check timing /3valve seating/4piston rings barrel wear /will update shortly

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  • charles lill Jan 18, 2009

    bore should be 95 mm x 90.4 mm

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Hi, Donna your compression is too low either from extremely worn rings or bent or burnt valve you need at least 80 lbs. Good luck and have a nice day.
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