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Banshee wont rev

Hi i have a yamaha banshee wel it starts but when you give it throttle it
wont rev. i cleaned the carb out put new spark plugs in it but
still wont rev up can anybody help me

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    hi i have a 81 pw 50 i just put a new carb on it when i open fuel tap all the way it wont rev that much, if i close fuel tap most of the way it revs like normal

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Usually related to TORS, specifically the safety switch in the clutch/park brake assembly. If it's defective the engine won't rev. Solution: look for a TORS removal kit.

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Remove the slide in the throat of the carb, move the clip on the jet needle one notch lower. Two notches may be needed but start with one.

Posted on Jun 16, 2009

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Look fore your compresion frome the two cilinders. if its good look for the exhaust lots of carbon in the tail pipe. so not its a posibel that your oll seal its broken and the fuel gas leaks between the two chambers greeds j kerkhof

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You probabily need new piston rings i had the same problem it idled fine but would not rev up i would try new piston rings

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