Question about 2006 Qlink Sapero 250
Vehicle was parked for an unknown length of time. I found clogged intake tube on Carb and cleaned out. Drained tank ran out 1 Gallon of Premium with Techron additive to clean fuel system. Replaced plug, started up and ran almost completely dry of the new gas. Now spewing fluid mixture out of air filter hose into air filter box. The flow of fluids is directly related to how much throttle is given, hence more throttle = stronger flow of fluids. Please help me figure out what may be causing this. This is a restore for a family member. Thanks to everyone
Hi, Steve and the usual suspects are:
1. Oil tank over filled always check your oil level with the engine at normal operating temperature, then try running it halfway between the low and full marks or if you have no dipstick 8 ounces less than recommended or a 1-inch air pocket in the oil tank.
2. Clogged, pinched, bent, or loose breather line/pipe. If your lines run into the air filter try routing them into a tee fitting and then a single line that goes towards the ground into a mini filter that is secured by a zip tie to a lower frame rail.
3. The piston rings are worn passed specifications which can be confirmed by a proper leak down test "OR" the rings were never properly seated during the initial break-in procedure and need to be replaced, this is caused by being too gentle on a new engine. Proper break-in procedures are in your owners manual.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I doubt it had anything to do with you putting ethanol in the tank. First thing you should do is pull the spark plug and see what it looks like. If it is dry and light grey/tan color, then you are not getting gas. Check to see if the petcock is plugged by taking the supply hose that goes from the tank to the carburator and open the petcock to make sure you have good flow. If the spark plug is wet and smells like gas, then you have a spark issue. I would look that over and report back what you find.
Posted on Dec 16, 2009
Drain the carb if you haven't already, be sure the gas valve is on and the plug wire is attached, check for a kill switch in the wrong position, then give the air intake a shot of spray starter fluid. Hopefully that will get you going again.
Posted on Jun 08, 2011
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