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Ttr 90 wont stay running and makes a ringing noise

Ttr 90 wont stay running has a fmf exhaust and carb has just been cleaned and makes a ringing noise from the motor when you get going

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Is the idle properly adjusted? The ringing is normal for a 2-stroke.

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Look around your bike near where the throttle cable meets the engine, when you pull the throttle, the cable pulls a quarter circle piece of metal which is connected to a spring, then connected to that should be a screw, that is the idle screw, turn it very slightly, usually clockwise to make the idle higher, and this should sort out the problem.

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SOURCE: i have a ttr 90 n after cleaning the carb the bowl over fills with gas

It sounds alot like a float needle problem. It might not be seating properly or it just could be worn. You could have had just enough residue that it sealed and when you cleaned it you might have taken that residue off. because of the ethinal in fuel these needles are worn away very quickly that would be the first thing i would check. When you take it out check and see if there is a ring around the top that is a sign of it being worn out. I hope this helps and good luck
A.J. Weaver

Posted on Apr 16, 2012

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