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I have a 1996 Kasea 50 cc scooter that was given to me ..The person knew nothing about it ..Question see picture ..The big metal cap is where gas goes ..the little cap by battery is that where the oil goes for injection ..Or is mix ??
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Why do you want to disconnect the vital oil supply? If you are experiencing too much blue smoke or plugs oiling you can adjust the amount of oil fed to the engine via the secondary oil pump cable,the one that splits off from the throttle to the carb.
If you disconnect the cable it also stops the oil pump sending oil to inlet, winding out adjuster increases oil screwing in reduces.
As for ratio? trial and error as No knowledge/specification is available for Oil injected engines, poss 25:1 to start but don't blame me if you seize?
Quality synthetic oil is always a must, did you know you can also purchase smokeless two stroke oil?
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Posted on Jan 24, 2009
have you checked the vacuum tap to see if its working simply remove the smaller diameter hose from the carb and the fuel line its self **** small one to create vacuum and fuel shold come from fuel line if not the tap could be just blocked or the diaprham could be damaged in the tap
Posted on Dec 16, 2009
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It's a pretty big job. You need to be competent (and confident) with tools as well as diagnosing and repairing gas engines. Without knowing the details of your scooter, the overview is this: 1) Remove the carburetor (if mounted to the cylinder), exhaust pipe, cylinder head, cylinder and piston. 2) Have the cylinder bored out** to provide the correct clearance between the cylinder and the piston (if different from the scooter manufacturer's clearance this information should be provided by kit manufacturer). 3) Modify the head (more machine work to reshape the combustion chamber to work with the larger bore). 3) Reassemble. 4) Modify the fuel system (usually a carburetor) to correctly fuel the now larger displacement engine. 5) Get the new set up running and then tune it to run properly without damaging itself from an incorrect fuel mixture.
** Some cylinders are aluminum with a steel sleeve that forms the bore that piston runs in. Some are aluminum with a thin nikasil coating on the aluminum bore. These will be much more expensive to bore out as they will need to have the coating replaced after being bored out.
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