Re: How do i kickstart my .mz 250 when is tic on top
Im not sure the question is complete but if its cold (hasnt been running) stand over top of it like your about to sit on it. Make sure the bike is in neutral. Hold the front brake to stabilize the motorcycle. Tilt the kickstarter out and make sure there are no obstructions in the kick starters travel, pull the choke out and kick back and down with strong kicks. It might take a couple tries depending on how long its been and how cold it is out side and maintenance of coarse. I hope this answer your problem
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There is a sequence to follow when these bikes are hot to get them started.But first.Does the bike start easily when hot if it is push started? If the answer is yes,you need to use the hot start pull switch on the carby and the get the motor in compression before you pull in the small compression lever and slowly push on the kickstarter halfway down.Release lever and fully kick the motor over from the top of the kickstarter.Don't let these bikes sit around idling.They will overheat because they need air to get through the radiator.Hope this helps
A Honda CN250, CH250 and Piaggio Super Hexagon 250 share the same engine. I think your problem maybe the automatic choke or auto-bystarter(as it is officially known) is faulty. A common fault that is always over-looked as this bike has an automatic fuel switch and does not have a petrol tap you can turn off.
I would sujest makeing sure that the bowl on carb is full of gas, if that is fine then i would try the times outidle screw, all way snug then turn if 1 1/2, hopefully checked plug first off may be needed to be changed. hope this helps
Hi ..... Lots of variables on this one. Pull the petrol pipe from the carb(s) and ensure you have a stong/steady stream of petrol. Remove the spark plugs and have a look at their colour, should be a light tan. The petrol tank has a breather hole near the petrol filler OR through the filler itself make sure this is clear and unabstructed.
Let me know how you get on.