Question about Motorcycles
Last month my motor would not turn over anymore, after i took the carb off i noticed a chunk of the piston was broken, so i took the head off and got a new piston and new rings, now i put it all back together and i have fuel and i have spark, but it wont start, i have compression cuase my finger blows out the hole when i try the old school compression test, its a 2 stroke motor, and yes when i placed the new piston in i made sure the hole markings was facing the correct way, WHAT DO I DO NOW!!!????!!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check your float in the carb it could be off causing the bike to flood itself before you even get a chance to kick er over
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
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Posted on Sep 09, 2009
did you adjust the iddle screws? Those black plugs need to be installed. Those carbs pull all gas threw the main jets. If you remove the black plug and look closely you will see a small tunnel going from that tube to the main jet tub. The fuel gets pulled threw that tiny hole from the main tube. (This also puzzled me the first time I saw one, don't worry, that was the first thing I thought of doing also, but since then, I have found tons of bikes and boats like this) I found mine runs best on 2-1/2 turns on the idle screws. Also try sincronizing you carbs, the cheep way to do this is by blocking them open slightly and checking the butterflies with a feeler gauge to see if they all open the same amount. I also found that sometimes it could be as simple as the choke slide not returning completely back to the proper position, this will cause the diaphrams to not operate properly. Good luck and hope I helped a little.
Posted on Oct 17, 2009
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