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Bike will not start has fire and gas

Bike ran but shut off when you kick it with out touching the gas it will putter a few times but will not start.

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  • compmech May 11, 2010

    Makes sure its getting enough gas. and there is no water in your gas mixture, change air filter and oil filter. prime it.

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Check carbie. needle and seat, may need adjusting. or jets could be blocked or dirty. try aero start in air fliter.

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Please rate this solution. Thanks budx5!

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