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The engine was running with the choke pulled and when closed there is no fuel supply to the engine probably due to a faulty setting. It is possible that there is a fuel block and so the carb needs a clean up and reset. remove the filter and check the fuel jets.
just to get it started?? i would set the points at half the plug gap, about 14 to 17 thou, intake valves at 14 and exhaust at 17, these are rough figures, once the engine is hot if the valves are noisy, wait for engine to cool and reduce gap 1 or 2 thou and try again, these are just numbers i would use when in need, good luck
There is a place that does snowmobile crankshafts in Greenbay Wisconsin called Central Snowmobile salvage that works with 2 stroke cranks a lot... They would not have the parts but they do have the tecnology to press the crank. I don't have their phone number any more.... Sorry.
Hi. I had a similar problem on an old Suzuki GS550. It use to start and run for a set time and then cut out and would not start until it cooled down for about 4/5 minuets. Then it would start and do the same, and the coils seemed to get quite hot. In my case it was the rectifier. Hope this is of help to you. Regards Tony.