Question about Qlink XF 200 Motorcycles
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
yes, you are correct, those are the two pieces that could solve your problem, but i would go first for your cdi, you may choose to have it tested first also, before you jump out to buy a new one.
Posted on Nov 24, 2008
SOURCE: honda cbr 600 wont start
hi, each lead has the specific number on it. if you do this correctly then they genrally give you an idea to where the sit in the coils( the way they bend :-) ) also i believe the coils are better off been attached to the frame once you are sure leads are in corect order and possitioned correctly in the coils.i just presumed the coils neaded earthing. make sure battery is pleny charged as a bad battery can just hinder. it is also very easy to flood the bike so just check the plugs again. if they are unusually wet then dry them off and try again . otherwise maybe try cleaning all electics.
hope this somehow helped
Posted on Apr 26, 2009
Clean the carb on the bad cylinder. It may have a plugged pilot jet. The bike has CV carbs. There is a chance that the offending carb may have a pin hole in the diaphragm causing one slide to open later than the other slide. This could also be the problem. With the air cleaner removed, look at both carb slides and see if they crack open at the same instant or if one is definitely later than the other. That will confirm or eliminate the diaphragm.
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Posted on Jun 14, 2009
Check the valve adjustment. If a valve is standing open just a little, the compression will be too low to start the engine. Check fuel delivery by dribbling a little gasoline into the carb and try starting the bike. If it starts and runs for a second or two, you're not getting fuel into the cylinders. Check you carb again.
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
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