Hello good mng........ same question i want to ask
Hello good mng........
same question i want to ask again..actually i took a second hand bike manufactured in 2008,Pulser 150 cc.now when i m starting the bike ,lots of white smoke is comming also in the time of drivng,after drive more than 10 to 15 km,after 2 -3 hours, if i ll go for start the bike,it wont start,either by self start or kick,it wont start,currently i was with my 2 friends in bike,everybody shoked to see the smoke percentage comming out from silencer.then veichle stopped,then its has not started again,then i left my bike near a parking zone,then i came to my room,next day again i went to bring my bike,again i tried its wont start,after that meter light also stopped,one of my friend told its need boring in engine & need to change piston,pls guide me what shall i do??????that bike ll come as normal way,,,,,,plsssssssssssss
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the K75 has very reliable engine .. its unusual for it to fail in this way .. the frozen rings would suggest overheating and thats possible if the radiator fan fails (that happens often before your 80,000) .. many of the pre 1990 k75s would smoke after storing for awhile .. that was a ring gap positioning problem .. that was corrected in newer models .. the smoke however would not have damaged the cylinders .. maybe in the extreme could foul a plug .. is it possible that someone put something in your gas tank ??.. or could it have been run without oil/water or perhaps the wrong type oil (like transmission fluid) ... that engine should have lasted longer than most cars .. nice smooth bike ..
replace plugs also on carb there will be a mixture screw the person probably adjusted this you need to turn this out and see if it improves 1/2 a turn if not screw it in 1 turn if still no difference fiddle with it also replace/clean air filter this may help good luck bud
Most likely, you have a top end failure(piston/cylinder). Once you disassemble the top end, be sure to check for signs of loose or shattered bearings in the bottom end. Often, this can be the actual cause of the top end failure.
That seems a big job, did he say how much he will charge to do it?
I think, unless you are an engineer you will need a manual to do a job like that, although you may find one somewhere on the Internet, if I were to attempt that I would prefer to have a paper one, I could refer to as I went along.
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When you disconnect your battery and then reconnect it again, it disables the radio. This is an anti-theft protection for your car radio. The enable your radio the activation code is in your vehicle owner's manual. If you do not have this code you need to go to your Mitsubishi service centre and get them to enter this code for you.
find a running sr 250 and swop his cdi unit with yours if the bike runs, fine. if not put his cdi back in and try again. if the good bike now starts it will indicate that your cdi is faulty. the cdi is located under the tank inside the frame. don't buy a second hand cdi unless you can test it on a working bike. they are very expensive and you don't want to buy a dud
I have a 98 heritage springer. Took it to the dealer and said the front end shakes. Without looking at it, the shop manager asked how many miles I had. Just under 10k was the answer. He said "neck bearings, it's a known issue with springer front ends that the neck bearings go after 10k miles." Taking his word for it, I agreed to have the work done. Got the bike back, no change. He said, well it needs a new front tire then. Changed the tire, again, no change. Took it to another dealer. Explained my tale of woe and the manager actually got on it and rode it. Agreeing there was something wrong, they took it in, jacked it up and actually looked at it. Turned out the rim was bent. So after all the BS at the first shop, it turns out they replaced the neck bearings and installed a new front tire on A BENT RIM! Start with the simple stuff first. Check the front wheel balance and rim straightness before diving into bearings.
I had the same problem with a older honda magna. I took the ignition assembly apart, and got the actual ignition out ( part where the key goes in) and nothing else. I then took it to a locksmith and he gave me two keys that turned the ignition within minutes. He said there was a number on the ignition that determined the code he used. I would try doing this before spending that kind of money. Remember it has to be a locksmith not the dealer. Good Luck
yes you can buy it but look at the important parts of the bike- take the bike to any good mechanic and ask him to check the engine,in it ask him to check the piston,cylinder,piston rings,timing chain and values of engine.as u know that engine is the heart of bike it doesnt matter how the bike looks what matters is this that when u need your bike will always be ready to be driven and that too at a good pace.
if these parts are ok then only buy the bike and if they are not ok then deduce the price of new component from the amount which you want to pay him for bike. and after that make the replacement for the part as early as possible.
Hi .... Try switching the petrol off just prior to stopping the engine and start up again with the petrol OFF. There's enough petrol in the carb to start the bike. A good battery should show over 12 volts. Take the plugs out and give them a good clean or replace them. Is there a petrul pump fitted ? A two stroke needs to be ridden quite hard to maintain efficeincy, higher revs etc ........ let us know how you get on ?