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I need a wiring schematic and a place to find parts for a jincheng lynx 50cc dirtbike

Need to find a chain, throttle cable, and possibly brake cables along with why there isn't spark

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Www.wemoto.com a Apparently they do a lot of parts for Chinese and Japanese bikes. Hope this helps

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On most Suzukis with fuel pump that I have worked on, the wiring would be:

  • Yellow/Green - start interlock, connected to the clutch lever position switch and/or starter control relay;
  • Black/White - ground;
  • Orange/Yellow - ignition B+12; and
  • Black/Yellow - trigger pulse, connected to the - terminal of one of the ignition coils and/or to the CDI/igniter.
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