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Engine flooding think it might be the gearbox

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If the carb is flooding fuel will enter the gearbox engine unit and the oil level will rise- the engine will also be hard to to start and emit black smoke from the exhaust.. Make sure u turn the fuel off when not using the bike. The incorrect oil will allow the oil level to rise due to some oils foaming. Recommend using Amsol a full synthetic oil or other recommended 4t 10w/40 oil. Have the carburetor float level checked.

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Ether a stuck float valve, or a sheared quarter moon key on the magneto/stater. Not enough info

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