Question about Benelli Honda Gizmo Motorcycles
Goodfire good fuel delivery good compression but still wont start
The spark should be nice blue, if it is orangey red there is a ignition circuit problem.if that's ok then it has to be timing of spark or valves. In extreme circumstances the exhaust could be blocked or even too clear, back pressure to high or too low can cause poor starting.
Posted on Apr 13, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi there... Here is some food for thought.... If you have good spark, good fuel and compression , check the rectifier, If this is faulty you will get the same symptom's The rectifier is generally located under the seat and is one of the first things coming off the battery, ITs primary function is to control the power coming from the battery to supply a steady and cleaner power supply to all electronic components so.. you may have spark but your timing will be either lagged or premature before the spark can ignite it. ITs generally not an expensive part and is usually over looked in most cases like this...
Posted on May 14, 2009
The problem may or may not be timing. You say it's getting good spark but is it great? if the compression is as good as you say and your spark isn't strong it can be put out by strong comp. if it is timing i would get shop manuel for it. i can't find a micro phish on it so i'm not really sure where to tell you to start.
Posted on Feb 14, 2010
if it has fuel, and "Good spark" and good compression then it has to be the carbs. Can it be push started? if you can push-start it, then i would suggest first purchase a can of Sea Foam @ Autozone $10 pour in 1/3 can to 2 gallons fuel, change or clean fuel filter and fill up the filter with "a little" bit of Seafoam push start it, then if it fires up, drive it around the block until your sure it will run somewhat,it probably will run rough at first until it works its way into your fuel system, then get on it once in awhile on an open highway for about 10 to 15 miles. if theres anything clogging up any ports or jets this stuff works pretty good... it worked for me after driving about 11 miles. it was still hesitating the whole ride but all of the sudden it spit something out and then all my hp came back...make sure your spark is a really nice big bluish spark...if it is redish purple then i"d check the pulse generators, they're probably bad.
Posted on Apr 13, 2010
SOURCE: my bike wont start
Hello and happy thanksgiving.
As you must know the fuel injection on this is electronic, the fuel injector is turned on and off very quickly by the computer control module referred to as the "ECM" to supply a metered amount of fuel to the engine as needed based on the inputs from the various sensors such as the throttle position and other sensors, this is called injector "PULSE" to check and see if your injector is pulsing you will need to buy a little tool called a "NOID" injector tester, it plugs into the injector connector and when the engine turns over the Noid will flash very quickly. Also you have never mentioned whether you have had the ECM (computer control module) tested for fault codes, when it senses a problem or a sensor that is out of normal range it will record a code for this fault. You will need the factory tool (called a scanner) to do this test it is essential that this test be performed or more wasted money can be spent on replacing perfectly good parts. You can buy a Noid tester from any auto parts store like NAPA, just make sure your bike has the standard BOSCH fuel injector connector, it the connector is a different design then you will need the factory tool.
Posted on Nov 24, 2011
SOURCE: rm 250 wont start off kick
Don't know if it is water cooled or not, but it sounds like you may have a problem with oil or water getting into the combustion chamber and fouling the spark plugs. Kicking doesn't produce the amount of rpm that you need to fire up a weakly firing plug. I'd check the plugs condition first and replace if needed, and then figure out why its smoking.
Posted on May 02, 2012
Testimonial: "good advice, found out oil was getting into the chamber through the main crank seals thanks "
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